Pasco County, Florida
Sales and Decommission of the Leachate
Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc.
Certificate of Authorization No. 20
Bid No. 08-175
TABLE OF CONTENTS
No Bid Form
00020 Invitation to Bid
00100 Instruction to Bidders
00120 Special Provisions
00410 Florida Bid Bond
00610 Florida Performance Bond
00620 Florida Payment Bond
00700 General Conditions
00800 Supplementary Conditions
01005 General Requirements
01010 Summary of Work
01370 Schedule of Values
01500 Temporary Utilities
01590 Temporary Facilities
01700 Contract Closeout
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PASCO COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
8919 GOVERNMENT DRIVE
NEW PORT RICHEY, FLORIDA 34654
STATEMENT OF NO BID
We, the undersigned, have declined to submit a bid response to Invitation for Bid No. 08-103 for the
Please check all that apply.
1. Opening date does not allow sufficient time to complete bid response.
2. We do not offer the commodities or services requested.
3. Our schedule would not permit us to perform.
4. We are unable to meet the issued specification.
5. Specifications are restrictive. (Please explain below)
6. We are unable to meet the surety requirements.
7. Other: __ _____________________________________________________
We understand that if a "NO BID" is not returned, our firm will be removed from the bidders' list for the
Company: _________ _____________
City/State/Zip: ________________ ______
Fed ID No.: _______________________
1 SECTION 00020
3 INVITATION TO BID
5 Sealed proposals for Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility addressed to the Pasco
6 County Purchasing Department, 8919 Government Drive, New Port Richey, Florida 34654, will be received at
7 the office of Scott Stromer, Purchasing Director, Pasco County, until 2:00 pm., local time, on September 26,
8 2008 and then will be publicly opened and read. Any bids received after the time and date specified will not
9 be considered.
11 All Work shall be done as described in the set of Specifications entitled Sale and Decommission of the
12 Leachate Treatment Facility. The work shall consist of purchasing, dismantling, removing, and hauling of
13 the existing leachate treatment equipment at the Pasco County Resource Recovery Facility. The work shall
14 also include proper termination of all connections related to power, water, gas, and other utilities in accordance
15 with all applicable local, state, and federal codes. The Work shall be done as described in the Bid Documents.
17 Bid documents are normally available to be downloaded at the following location:
20 A pre-bid meeting will NOT be held but site visits are strongly encouraged. To schedule site visits please
21 contact Ronald J. Walker or John Power at (727)861-3004.
23 The bid must be submitted on the prescribed Proposal form, accompanied by bid security on the prescribed
24 form and payable to the Board of County Commissioners in an amount not less than five (5) percent of the
25 base bid amount. The successful Bidder will be required to furnish the necessary additional bond(s) for the
26 faithful performance of the Contract, as prescribed in the Bid Documents.
28 All Bid Bonds, Contract Bonds, Insurance Contracts, and Certificates of Insurance shall be either executed by
29 or countersigned by a licensed resident agent of the Surety or insurance company having his place of business
30 in the State of Florida. Further, said Surety or insurance company shall be duly licensed and qualified to do
31 business in the State of Florida.
33 Each bid shall also be accompanied by a properly completed and executed copy of the "Certification under
34 section 287.087, Florida Statutes, of a Drug-Free Workplace". In case of tie bids, preference will be given to
35 vendors submitting the certification with their bids certifying that they have a drug-free workplace.
37 Bids may be withdrawn prior to the date and time of bid opening; however, no bid may be modified or
38 withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the date of bid opening, except under the following conditions:
40 1. Bids may be modified or withdrawn by an appropriate document duly executed (in the manner that a
41 bid must be executed) and delivered to the place where bids are to be submitted at any time prior to the
42 opening of bids.
44 2. If, within twenty-four (24) hours after bids are opened, any Bidder files a duly signed, written notice
45 with the Owner and promptly thereafter demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Owner that there was a
46 material and substantial mistake in the preparation of its bid, that Bidder may withdraw its bid and the
47 bid security will be returned. Thereafter, that Bidder will be disqualified from further bidding on the
48 work to be provided under the Contract Documents.
50 In order to perform public work, the successful Bidder shall, as applicable, hold or obtain such Contractor's
51 and Business Licenses as required by State Statutes.
INVITATION TO BID
1 Before a Contract will be awarded for the work contemplated herein, the Owner shall conduct such
2 investigations as are necessary to determine the performance record and ability of the apparent low Bidder to
3 perform the size and type of work specified under this Contract. Upon request, the Bidder shall submit such
4 information as deemed necessary by the Owner to evaluate the Bidder's qualifications.
6 Bid documents may also be reviewed at the following locations:
8 Pasco County Utilities Pasco County Purchasing Dept.
9 Department Pasco County Govt. Complex
10 7530 Little Road, S-205 8919 Government Drive
11 New Port Richey, FL 34654 New Port Richey, FL 34654
13 Bid documents are normally available at the following locations:
15 Tampa Builders Exchange, Inc. F. W. Dodge Company
16 4302 Henderson Blvd., Suite 107 Plan Room
17 Tampa, FL 33629 5102 W. Laurel Street
18 (813) 253-5733 Suite 500
19 Tampa, FL 33607
20 (813) 623-6973
22 The County is not responsible for expenses incurred prior to the award of the Contract by the Board of County
25 The right is reserved to reject all bids or any bid not conforming to the intent and purpose of the Contract
26 Documents, and to postpone the award of the Contract for a period of time which, however, shall not extend
27 beyond sixty (60) days from the bid opening date.
29 Envelope must be identified as follows:
31 NAME OF ITEM BEING BID: Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility
33 BID NO. 08-175
35 OPENING DATE: September 26, 2008
37 Scott Stromer
38 Purchasing Director
INVITATION TO BID
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
BID NO.: 08-175
SPECIFICATIONS FOR: Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility
BID MUST BE RECEIVED AND OPENED BY: September 26, 2008 at 2.00 p.m.
PLACE OF BID AND DELIVER TO: Purchasing Department, 8919 Government Drive, New
Port Richey, FL 34654
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
1. Bids: The responsibility for delivering the bid to the Purchasing Department on or before the
stated time and date is solely and strictly the responsibility of the Bidder. The Purchasing
Department is in no way responsible for delays caused by the mail service or any other
The lower corner of the envelope in which the bid is enclosed must be notated SEALED BID
NO. 08-103. The Bidder shall be responsible for reading, very carefully and understanding
completely, the requirements and the specifications of the items bid upon. Bid time will end
and must be scrupulously observed. Under no circumstances will bids delivered after the
time specified be considered. Such bids will be returned to the Bidder unopened. Do not
include more than one (1) bid per envelope.
Bidders will not be allowed to modify their bids after the opening time and date except as
stipulated in the Invitation to Bid. Offers by telephone or telegram will not be accepted. Bid
files may be examined during normal working hours by appointment.
2. Before submitting a bid, each bidder shall make all investigations and examinations necessary
to ascertain all site conditions and requirements affecting the full performance of the contract
and to verify any representations made by The Owner upon which the bidder will rely. If the
bidder receives an award as a result of its bid submission, failure to have made such
investigations and examinations will in no way relieve the bidder from its obligation to
comply in every detail with all provisions and requirements of the contract documents, nor
will a plea of ignorance of such conditions and requirements be accepted as a basis for any
claim whatsoever by the Contractor for additional compensation.
3. Prices: Firm prices shall be quoted, typed or printed in ink, and include all packing, handling,
shipping charges, and delivery to the destination when specified. If the quoted price is
subject to time limitation as to acceptance, the expiration of such time shall be clearly stated.
4. Conditions of Materials and Packing: Unless otherwise indicated, it is understood and agreed
that any item offered or shipped on this bid shall be new and in first class condition. It is
further understood that all containers shall be new and suitable for storage or shipment and
that prices include standard commercial packaging.
5. Claims: Pasco County shall not be responsible for making any and all claims against carriers
for missing or damaged items. The successful Bidder(s) will be responsible for making any
and all claims against carriers for missing or damaged items.
6. Manufacturer’s Name: Any manufacturer’s names, trade names, information, and/or catalog
numbers used herein are for the purpose of description and establishing general quality levels.
Such references are not intended to be restrictive; products of any manufacturer may be
offered, if they are approved as equals. The determination as to weather any alternate product
or service is or is not equal shall be made by Pasco County and such determination shall be
final and binding upon all bidders.
7. Specifications: Any deviation from specifications listed herein must be clearly indicated;
otherwise, it will be considered that items offered are in strict compliance with these
specifications and the successful Bidder will be held responsible therefore. Deviations must
be explained in detail on an attached sheet(s) and itemized by number. Any item or items
that do not meet Pasco County specifications upon delivery will not be accepted and if the
item cannot be brought up to specifications in a reasonable time, the bidder will be required
to compensate the County for the difference in price entailed in going to the next low Bidder.
8. No Bid: Where more than one item is listed, any items not bid upon shall be indicated as
“NO BID”. If not items are bid, the “STATEMENT OF NO BID” should be returned.
Failure to do so could be an indication that the bidder does not wish to be considered for
9. Acceptance and Rejections: The Pasco County Board of County Commissioners reserves the
right to reject any and all bids in whole or in part; to award any item, group of items, or total
bid, unless otherwise specified by the bidder, to waive any informality or technical defects in
bids, to accept the highest bid meeting specifications or accept the bid which is most
advantageous and in the best interest of Pasco County. Delivery time, as well as price, can be
strong factor in determining the bid that is the most advantageous to Pasco County.
10. If Bidder is a corporation or firm, the legal name of the corporation shall be set forth above
the signature, together with the signature of an officer (s) or agent(s) authorized to sign
contracts accompanied by evidence of authority to sign on behalf of the corporation. If
Bidder is a partnership, the true name of the firm shall be set forth above, together with the
signature of the partner or partners authorized to sign Contracts accompanied by evidence of
authority to sign on behalf of the partnership. If signature is by an agent, other than an officer
of the corporation or a member of a partnership, a notarized power-of-attorney must
accompany the Bidder’s Bid.
11. Failure to provide evidence of authority as referenced in paragraph 10 above may cause the
Proposal to be regarded as not properly authorized and may subject it to rejection
12. The Bidder agrees that submission of a signed bid form is certification that a bidder will
accept an award made to it as a result of the submission.
13. Taxes: Pasco County does not pay Federal Excise and Sales Taxes on direct purchases of
tangible personal property. See Exemption Number on face of Purchase Order. This
exemption does not apply to purchases of tangible personal property made by Contractors
who use the tangible personal property in the performance of contracts for improvement of
County-owned real property [see State of Florida, Chapter 192, Florida Statutes (F.S.)].
14. Interpretations: Any questions concerning conditions, specifications, or requests for
additional information pertaining to this bid, must be in writing addressed to Dick Nader,
CDM, 1715 N. West Shore Blvd., Suite 875, Tampa, FL 33607, Fax Number: 813-288-8787
for receipt no later than ten (10) days prior to bid opening. Inquiries must reference the bid
number. Failure to comply with this condition will result in bidder waiving her/his right to
dispute the bid specifications. Answers to questions and/or supplemental instructions will be
in the form of written addendum to the bidding documents prior to the bid opening.
15. Bidders shall acknowledge receipt of any amendment to the solicitation by identifying the
amendment number in the space provided for this purpose on the bid form, by letter, or by
returning a copy of the issued amendment with the submitted bid. The acknowledgment must
be received by Pasco County by the time and at the place specified for the receipt of bids.
Failure to acknowledge an issued amendment may result in bid rejection and disqualification.
16. To demonstrate qualifications to furnish specified goods and/or services, Bidder shall submit
written information, within five (5) days of the Owner’ request, such as financial data.
17. Any Bid may be deemed non-responsive which contains omissions, erasures, alterations, or
additions of any kind, or prices uncalled for, or which may be obviously unbalanced, or
which in any manner shall fail to conform to the requirements provided for herein.
18. Unnecessarily elaborate brochures or other presentations beyond those sufficient to present a
complete and effective response to the solicitation are not desired and may be construed as an
indication of the bidder's lack of cost consciousness. Elaborate art work, expensive paper and
bindings, and expensive visual and other presentations are neither necessary nor desired.
19. Unless otherwise specified the bidder shall define any warranty service and replacements that
will be provided during and subsequent to this contract. Bidders must explain on an attached
sheet to what extent warranty and service facilities are provided
20. Bidders taking exception to any part or section of the solicitation shall indicate such
exceptions on the bid form or appendix. Failure to indicate any exception will be interpreted
as the bidder's intent to comply fully with the requirements as written. Conditional or
qualified bids, unless specifically allowed, shall be subject to rejection in whole or in part.
21. Conflict of Interest: The award hereunder is subject to provisions of Chapter 112, F.S. All
Bidders must disclose with their bid the name of any office, director, or agent who is also an
employee of Pasco County, Florida. Further, all bidders must disclose the name of any Pasco
County employee who owns, directly or indirectly, an interest of ten (10) percent or more in
the bidder’s firm or any of its branches.
22. Legal Requirements: Federal, State, County, and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations
that in any manner the items covered herein apply. Lack of knowledge by the bidder will in
no way be a cause for relief from responsibility.
23. Bid Tabulations: Bidders desiring a copy of the Bid Tabulation of this Invitation to Bid may
request same by enclosing a self-addressed stamped envelope with their bid.
24. Pasco County Form: All bid proposals must be submitted on the enclosed standard Proposal
Form. Bid proposals on vendor quotation forms will not be accepted.
25. Non-appropriation of Funds: In the case of non-appropriation of funds to continue the
function performed or obtained by this award, the award shall be terminated when
appropriated funds are expired and the bidder shall have only the ring and remedy to take
possession of equipment pertaining to the award.
26. Bids received without being in the lower left-hand corner of the envelope may be rejected and
returned to the sender. If bids are sent via Express Mail, bid proposal pages MUST be placed
in a sealed envelope, properly identified, within the Express Mail envelope. No
responsibility will attach to Pasco County or any official or employee thereof, for the pre-
opening of, post-opening of, or the failure to open, a proposal not properly addressed and
27. Trench Safety Act Form: Bidders submitting proposals are advised that they must complete a
Trench Safety Act Compliance Form, as required by Florida Statute, Sections 553.60 and
553.64. Failure to submit this compliance form may result in the bid being declared non-
responsive. A copy of this form is included in the bid documents.
28. Each bid shall also be accompanied by a properly completed and executed copy of the
“Certification under section 287.087, Florida Statutes, of a Drug-Free Workplace”. In case of
tie bids, preference must be given to vendors Bidders submitting the certification with their
bids certifying that they have a drug-free workplace. A copy of this form is included in the
29. Subsurface Conditions: Soil borings, reports or other subsurface information, if available, are
obtained and intended for design and estimate purposes only. They are made available to
Bidders in good faith, so that said Bidders may have access to identical subsurface
information, which is available to the Owner and are not intended as a substitute for personal
investigation, interpretation and judgment of the Bidders.
30. Public Entity Crime information Statement: A person or affiliate who has been placed on the
convicted vendor list following a conviction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid on
a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity, may not submit a bid on a
contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public entity, may not be work,
may not submit bids on leases of real property to a public entity, may not be awarded or
perform work as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any
public entity, and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold
amount provided in Section 287.017, for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months from
the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.
31. Bid Security: Proposals must be accompanied by a certified check, or cashier’s check drawn
on a bank in good standing, or a Bid Bond issued by a Surety authorized to issue such bonds
in the State of Florida, in the amount of Five percent (5%) of the Total Base Bid. This bid
security shall be given as a guarantee that the Bidder will not withdraw its proposal for a
period of ninety (90) days after the opening of proposals, and that if awarded a Contract, the
successful Bidder will execute the Agreement and furnish properly executed Performance and
Payment Bonds, each in the full amount of the Contract Price within the time specified, by a
Surety or Sureties authorized to issue such bonds in the State of Florida, and acceptable to the
Owner. The Attorney-in-Fact who executes this bond on behalf of the Surety must attach a
notarized copy of its power-of-attorney as evidence of its authority to bind the Surety on the
date of execution of the bond. Where laws and regulations require, certification by a resident
agent shall also be provided.
If the Bidder elects to furnish a Bid Bond, Bidder shall use the Bid Bond form provided in
Within 15 days after opening of the Proposals, the Owner will return the Bid Security to each
Bidder whose proposal is not being considered further. Retained Bid Securities shall be held
until a Contract has been awarded, after which time all Bid Securities other than those that
have been forteited, shall be returned to the respective Bidders.
32. The Contractor, by submission of its proposal, certifies that to the best of his/her knowledge
or belief, no elected/appointed official or employee of the County is financially interested,
directly or indirectly, in the offer of goods or services specified in this invitation.
33. By submission of bid, bidder certifies that the contractor(s) and/or subcontractor(s) providing
product(s) or service(s) shall, in the execution or performance of such a contract, maintain
fair labor standards as defined in applicable State and Federal Regulations.
34. By submission of bid, bidder certifies that the contractor(s) and/or subcontractor(s) providing
product(s) or service(s) shall not discriminate against any employee or applicant for
employment, to be employed in the performance of such contract, with respect to his/her hire,
tenure, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment, because of his/her race, color,
religion, sex, disability, or national origin, as outlined in applicable State and Federal
END OF SECTION
1 SECTION 00120
3 SPECIAL PROVISIONS
6 ARTICLE SP - 1 BASE BID WORK
8 A. The work shall consist of purchasing, dismantling, removing, and hauling of the existing
9 leachate treatment equipment at the Pasco County Resource Recovery Facility. The work shall
10 also include proper termination of all connections related to power, water, gas, and other
11 utilities in accordance with all applicable local, state, and federal codes.
13 ARTICLE SP - 2 HOURS OF WORK
15 A. The hours of work that will be allowed for this project are between 8:00 am and 7:00 pm local
16 time for Pasco County, FL. Permission to work outside of these specified hours requires
17 written permission from the Owner.
19 ARTICLE SP - 3 (NOT USED)
22 ARTICLE SP - 4 PERMITS
24 A. The Contractor will be responsible for obtaining all necessary federal, state, and local permits
25 for the completion of this work.
27 B. Each bidder shall be familiar with the requirements of the permit conditions that relate to
28 construction activities and include the cost of satisfying these permit conditions in developing
29 a bid proposal for the specified project.
31 C. Portions of the project, authorized by permit or license agreement, will be subject to
32 inspection and tests as may be necessary by the permit-granting authority. All Contractor
33 Supervisory Personnel shall furnish information to and cooperate with these authorities in
34 conducting their testing and inspection program.
36 D. The Contractor shall obtain all construction permits required by the State or County including
37 those necessary for clearing, grubbing, and tree removal. No clearing shall occur and no
38 earth-moving equipment shall be placed on-site until after the permits have been issued.
40 E. The Contractor shall be responsible for all required permits relating to discharges from
41 dewatering activities or stormwater collection and control activities.
43 F. If required by law, the Contractor shall obtain and implement, and then comply with the
44 requirements of, a Generic Permit for Storm Water Discharge from Large and Small
45 Construction Activities (CGP), in accordance with 62-621.300(4) FAC. The Contractor shall
46 submit a CGP Notice of Intent (NOI) to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection
47 (FDEP) and develop and submit a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) as part of
48 the CGP. The Contactor shall:
50 1. Obtain the CGP form and NOI Application Form from the FDEP or its website, DEP
51 Documents 62-621.300(4)(a) and 62-621.300(4)(b), respectively.
2 2. Develop an SWPPP in compliance with FDEP storm water permitting rules that shall
3 include, at a minimum, the following:
4 a. A site evaluation of how and where pollutants may be mobilized by storm
6 b. A site plan for managing storm water runoff.
7 c. Identification of appropriate erosion and sediment controls including Best
8 Management Practices to reduce erosion, sedimentation, and storm water
10 d. A maintenance and inspection schedule.
11 e. Plan and procedures for record keeping.
12 f. A map depicting storm water exit areas.
14 3. Complete and submit the NOI Application, including all attachments, to the local
15 FDEP office along with the appropriate application fee. The Contractor shall refer to
16 the most current version of Rule 62-4.050(4)(d), F.A.C. to confirm actual application
17 fee amounts.
19 4. The Contractor shall obtain and implement a CGP for the project site.
22 ARTICLE SP – 5 WORK IN PASCO COUNTY ROAD RIGHTS-OF-WAY
24 A. No track-type equipment will be allowed on any asphaltic or concrete surfaces throughout the
27 B. All pipelines within the right-of-way will be placed a minimum of 36-inches below grade.
29 C. Erosion and silt control devices shall be in place during the construction and restoration phase
30 at all times. After proper and normal stabilization has been established, control devices may be
33 D. Contractor shall maintain pedestrian and vehicular traffic per Pasco County, Hillsborough
34 County and Florida Department of Transportation roadway design standards on traffic control
35 and safe practices (F.D.O.T. Index Series 600-650), to ensure safe passage of vehicular and
36 pedestrian traffic during construction activities.
38 E. All disturbed areas shall be compacted and replaced with sod or seed and mulch to pre-
39 existing conditions.
41 F. All backfill, sub-base, base and asphalt surface restoration shall comply with the latest FDOT
42 standards or as otherwise approved by the County Engineer or his designee. Fill shall be
43 placed in loose lifts not exceeding 12-inches and shall be compacted under roadway pavement
44 to a minimum of 98% of the maximum modified Proctor dry density, and in unimproved
45 roadway rights-of-way and unimproved easements to a minimum of 90% of the maximum
46 modified Proctor dry density.
48 G. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to remove and relocate all traffic control devices.
49 After construction is complete, the devices shall be re-installed to the original locations and
50 conditions. All damaged devices shall be repaired or replaced to the satisfaction of the
1 H. No work shall be performed outside the hours specified in Article SP – 2 of these Special
4 I. The cost of the work associated with this ARTICLE shall be included in the various prices bid
5 for the work.
7 ARTICLE SP – 6 (NOT USED)
9 ARTICLE SP - 7 EXISTING UTILITIES
11 A. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to locate all utilities prior to any excavation. The
12 Contractor will be held responsible for any damage to existing utilities, and shall coordinate
13 the protection of these utilities with the respective owners.
15 ARTICLE SP – 8 STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION
17 A. If required by law, the Contractor shall use best management practices regarding storm water
18 pollution prevention. Contractor shall conform to any additional local requirements for storm
19 water pollution prevention.
21 B. Construction is within environmentally sensitive lands. Erosion and sediment control in the
22 form of double silt fence, with a 3-foot separation between, shall be required at all sites.
24 C. Contractor will not conduct any staging activities outside of the erosion and sediment control
25 containment area.
27 D. Contractor will not store any fill outside of the erosion and sediment control containment area.
29 E. Contractor will stabilize any disturbed area to the satisfaction of the Owner.
32 END OF SECTION
BIDDER'S NAME ___________________________
NOTE TO BIDDER: Use BLACK ink for completing this Proposal form.
To: Pasco County Purchasing Director
Address: 8919 Government Drive
New Port Richey, FL 34654
Project Title: Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility
OWNER's Bid No. 08-175
BIDDER'S DECLARATION AND UNDERSTANDING
The undersigned, hereinafter called the Bidder, declares that the only persons or parties interested in this
Proposal are those named herein, that this Proposal is, in all respects, fair and without fraud, that it is made
without collusion with any official of the OWNER, and that the Proposal is made without any connection of
collusion with any person submitting another Proposal on this contract.
The Bidder further agrees that he has exercised his own judgment regarding the interpretation of subsurface
information and has utilized all data that he believes pertinent from the ENGINEER, OWNER, and other
sources in arriving at his conclusions.
The Bidder understands and agrees that if a contract is awarded, the OWNER may elect to award all schedules,
including Alternates and Additive Alternates, under one contract, separately, or in any combination that best
serves the interests of the OWNER.
The Bidder further declares that he has carefully examined the Contract Documents for this project, that he has
personally inspected the site, that he has satisfied himself as to the quantities involved, including materials and
equipment, and conditions of work involved, including the fact that the description of work and materials, as
included herein, is brief and is intended only to indicate the general nature of the work and to identify the said
quantities with the detailed requirements of the Contract Documents, and that this Proposal is made according
to the provisions and under the terms of the Contract Documents, which documents are hereby made a part of
CONTRACT EXECUTION AND BONDS
The Bidder agrees that if this Proposal is accepted, he will, within ten (10) days, not including Sundays and
legal holidays, after the date of Award, sign the contract in the form annexed hereto, and will, at that time,
deliver to the OWNER the Performance Bond and Payment Bond required herein. Failure to do so may result
in loss of surety.
CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE
The Bidder further agrees to furnish the OWNER the Certificates of Insurance as specified in these documents.
The Board Award of this Agreement is conditioned upon the County’s receipt and acceptance of these
Certificates within the timeframe specified herein. Failure to comply with this requirement within twenty (20)
days after the date of Award will immediately void the Agreement without any further action by or cost to the
START OF WORK AND CONTRACT COMPLETION TIMES
The Bidder further agrees to begin work within ten (10) calendar days after the date of the Notice to Proceed
and to complete the project, in all respects, within the number of calendar days specified herein after the date of
the Award of the Contract by the Pasco County Board of County Commissioners. The Contractor shall also
comply with specific completion dates and sequences indicated elsewhere in these Contract Documents.
The Bidder hereby acknowledges that he has received Addenda Nos. , , , , (Bidder shall
insert the Addendum Number of each addendum received) and agrees that all addenda issued are hereby made
part of the Contract Documents, and the Bidder further agrees that his Proposal(s) includes all impacts resulting
from said addenda.
TAXES AND CHARGES
The Bidder agrees that all Federal, State, and local sales, use and withholding taxes, and all Social Security
charges and unemployment compensation charges, are included in the stated prices bid for the work.
PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BONDS
The Bidder agrees to execute a Contract Agreement and to furnish satisfactory one-hundred percent (100%)
Performance and Payment Bonds, The Bidder understands that all costs and charges for Bonds will be paid by
the Bidder at no expense to the OWNER.
RIGHT TO AWARD
The Bidder understands and agrees that the OWNER reserves the right to award the work or negotiate a contract
for the work however deemed by the OWNER to be in the best interest of the OWNER. Alternately, the
OWNER may reject all bids if the OWNER deems said rejection to be in its best interest.
Award of the contract will be based on the highest responsive, responsible bidder for the Total Project Base Bid,
or Total Project Base Bid plus any and/or all Additive Alternate Work and/or Alternate Work, whichever the
OWNER feels is in its best interest.
The undersigned Bidder agrees to pay County, as full compensation for all work required by these Contract
Documents, the total of the lump sum prices named in the following Bid Form/Schedule of Prices.
Restoration is considered to be an integral part of the work under the Contract, and all bid prices include the
cost of restoration necessitated by the work related to that bid item. Restoration is defined as follows: Any
existing structures and property including, but not limited to, paving, stabilized roads, drainage piping and
ditches, catch basins, head walls, yard culverts, lawns and ground areas, walkways and irrigation systems that
are altered, removed, or damaged during construction shall be restored to the same or better condition than
existed prior to construction. Cleanup is an integral part of restoration.
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BID FORM / SCHEDULE OF PRICES
Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility
BASE BID ITEMS
No. Quantity Description Unit Price Total
SALE AND DECOMMISSION OF
THE LEACHATE TREATMENT
1. LS FACILITY AS DESCRIBED IN _________ _________
TOTAL PROJECT BASE BID :
(Amount Written In Words)
“REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE LEFT INTENTIONALLY BLANK”
The name of the Bidder submitting this Proposal is:
doing business at:
City State Zip
which is the address to which all communications concerned with the Proposal and with the Contract shall be
The names of the principal officers of the corporation submitting this Proposal, or of the partnership, or of all
persons interested in this Proposal as principals are as follows:
If Sole Proprietor or Partnership:
IN WITNESS hereto the undersigned has set his (its) hand this day of, 20 .
Signature of Bidder
Typed/Printed Name of Bidder
Federal I.D. Number
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned corporation has caused this instrument to be executed and its seal
affixed by its duly authorized officers this day of , 20 __ .
Name of Corporation
State of Corporation
Federal I.D. Number
TRENCH SAFETY ACT COMPLIANCE FORM
BID NO.: 08-175
OPENING DATE: September 26, 2008
TITLE: Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility
Bidder acknowledges that included in the various items of the proposal and in the Total Bid Price are costs for
complying with the Florida Trench Safety Act (90-96, Laws of Florida) effective October 1, 1990. The Bidder
further identifies the costs as summarized below:
Trench Safety Units of
Measure Measure Units Unit Extended
(Description) (LF, SY) (Quantity) Cost Cost
Name of Firm
Authorized Signature Date
NOTE: Failure to complete and return this form may result in the bid being declared non-responsive.
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
In case of tie bids, preference must be given to vendors submitting a certification with their bid/proposal
certifying they have a drug-free workplace in accordance with Section 287.087, Florida Statutes. The drug-free
certification form below must be signed and returned with the bid.
The undersigned vendor, in accordance with Florida Statute 287.087 hereby certifies that
Name of Business:
1. Publish a statement notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing,
possession, or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in the workplace and specifying the actions
that will be taken against employees for violations of such prohibition.
2. Inform employees about the dangers of drug abuse in the workplace, the business's policy of
maintaining a drug-free workplace, any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and employee
assistance programs, and the penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug abuse violations.
3. Give each employee engaged in providing the commodities or contractual services that are under bid a
copy of the statement specified in subsection (1).
4. In the statement specified in subsection (1), notify the employees that, as a condition of working on the
commodities or contractual services that are under bid, the employee will abide by the terms of the
statement and will notify the employer of any conviction of, or plea of guilty or nolo contendere to, any
violation of Chapter 1893 or of any controlled substance law of the United States or any state, for a
violation occurring in the workplace no later than five (5) days after such conviction.
5. Impose a sanction on or require the satisfactory participation in a drug abuse assistance or rehabilitation
program if such is available in the employee's community, by any employee who is so convicted.
6. Make a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug-free workplace through implementation of this
As the person authorized to sign the statement, I certify that this firm complies fully with the above
STATE OF FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION PERMIT FOR SITE ACTIVITIES
The undersigned bidder acknowledges the stormwater pollution prevention requirements of the State of Florida
Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), and the published rules for obtaining coverage under the
FDEP Generic Permit For Stormwater Discharges from Large and Small Construction Activities.
The undersigned bidder agrees to prepare and implement a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) as
part of this project. The bidder acknowledges that he understands the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination
System (NPDES) program as it relates to construction activities and has included the cost for complying with
the permit requirements into its bid.
Coverage under the Generic Permit must be requested by filing of a Notice of Intent (NOI) with the FDEP at
least 48 hours prior to the commencement of construction to:
NPDES Stormwater Notices Center, MS #2510
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
2600 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2400
An authorized representative of the contractor and all proposed subcontractors must sign the SWPPP. Copies of
the NOI and SWPPP must be provided to state and local agencies that have issued stormwater management,
grading, or land alteration permits or approvals.
Acceptance of the bid to which this certification and disclosure applies in no way represents that the OWNER
or its Representative has evaluated and thereby determined that the information is adequate to comply with the
applicable FDEP requirements, nor does it in any way relieve the contractor of its sole responsibility to comply
with the applicable FDEP requirements, including inspection of all control measures at least once each week
and following any storm (rainfall) event of 0.50 inches or greater, maintaining reports of each inspection and all
other aspects of the SWPPP and appropriate rules and regulations.
Name and Title
1 SECTION 00410
3 FLORIDA BID BOND
5 BOND NO.
7 AMOUNT: $
9 KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that
10 Hereinafter called the PRINCIPAL, and
11 , a corporation duly organized under the laws of the State of
12 , having its principal place of business at
13 in the State of and authorized to do business in
14 the State of Florida, as SURETY, are held and firmly bound unto the Pasco County Board of County
15 Commissioners of the State of Florida, represented by its Commission, hereafter called the OBLIGEE, in the
16 sum of DOLLARS ($ ),
17 for the payment of which we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns,
18 jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
20 THE CONDITION OF THIS BOND IS SUCH THAT:
22 WHEREAS, the PRINCIPAL contemplates submitting or has submitted a bid to the Pasco County Board of
23 County Commissioners for the furnishing of all labor, materials (except those to be specifically furnished by
24 the Owner), equipment, machinery, tools, apparatus, means of transportation for, and the performance of the
25 work covered in the proposal and specifications entitled:
27 Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility
29 WHEREAS, it was a condition precedent to the submission of said bid that a cashier’s check, certified check,
30 or bid bond in the amount of five (5) percent of the base bid be submitted with said bid as a guarantee that the
31 bidder would, if awarded the contract, enter into a written contract with the Owner for the performance of said
32 contract, within ten (10) consecutive calendar days after written notice having been given of the award of the
35 NOW, THEREFORE, the conditions of this obligation are such that if the PRINCIPAL, within ten (10)
36 consecutive calendar days after written notice of such acceptance, enters into a written contract with the Pasco
37 County Board of County Commissioners and furnishes the Performance and Payment Bonds, each in an
38 amount equal to one hundred (100) percent of the base bid, satisfactory to the Owner, then this obligation
39 shall be void; otherwise, the sum herein stated shall be due and payable to the Pasco County Board of County
40 Commissioners. The Surety herein agrees to pay said sum immediately upon demand in good and lawful
41 money of the United States of America, as liquidated damages for failure thereof of said PRINCIPAL.
1 Signed and sealed this day of , 20 .
11 Typed Name & Title
23 Typed Name & Title
5 THIS AGREEMENT is dated as of the __ day of ___________ in the year 20 _ by and between PASCO
6 COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (hereinafter called "OWNER") and
7 ___ _________ hereinafter called "CONTRACTOR").
9 OWNER and CONTRACTOR, in all consideration of the mutual covenants hereinafter set forth, agree as
12 ARTICLE 1 - WORK
14 CONTRACTOR shall complete all Work as specified or indicated in the Contract Documents. The Work is
15 generally described as follows:
17 The work shall consist of purchasing, dismantling, removing, and hauling of the existing leachate treatment
18 equipment at the Pasco County Resource Recovery Facility. The work shall also include proper termination of
19 all connections related to power, water, gas, and other utilities in accordance with all applicable local, state,
20 and federal codes.
23 ARTICLE 2 – ENGINEER AND DESIGN PROFESSIONAL
25 The Project is administered by:
27 Utilities Engineering Director
29 whom is hereinafter called the ENGINEER and who is to assume all duties and responsibilities, and have the
30 rights and authority assigned to the ENGINEER in the Contract Documents in connection with completion of
31 the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents.
33 The Design Professional is:
35 Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc.
37 whom is to act as ENGINEER’S representative, assume all duties and responsibilities, and have the rights and
38 authority assigned to Design Professional in the Contract Documents in connection with completion of the
39 Work in accordance with the Contract Documents.
41 ARTICLE 3 - CONTRACT TIME
43 3.1 The Contract Time shall commence to run on the day after the Board of County
44 Commissioners makes the Award and executes this Agreement.
46 3.2 The entire project, including all final clean-up and close-out activities as required by the
47 Contract Documents, shall be finally completed and ready within Ninety (90) days from the
48 date when the Contract Time commences to run.
50 3.3 Further, CONTRACTOR agrees that should the CONTRACTOR, or in the case of his default
51 the surety, fail to complete the work as specified in paragraph 3.2 above, the CONTRACTOR,
52 or in the case of his default the surety, shall pay to the OWNER for delay and loss of use, and
53 not as a penalty but as liquidated damages, the sum of One Hundred and 00/100 Dollars
54 ($100.00) for each calendar day.
2 3.4 Permitting the CONTRACTOR to continue and to finish the Work, or any part of it, after the
3 expiration of the contract time(s) allowed, including extensions of time granted to the
4 CONTRACTOR, shall in no way act as a waiver on the part of the OWNER of the liquidated
5 damages due under the Agreement. In case of default of the Agreement and completion of the
6 Work by the OWNER, the CONTRACTOR and his surety shall be liable for liquidated
7 damages under the Agreement.
9 3.5 In addition to the damages provided for in this paragraph, and pursuant to Section 337.18(3),
10 Florida Statutes, when the CONTRACTOR fails to complete the work within the contract
11 time(s), or within such additional time as may be granted by the OWNER, the OWNER may
12 recover from the CONTRACTOR amounts paid by the OWNER for damages suffered by
13 third parties.
15 ARTICLE 4 - CONTRACT PRICE
17 4.1 The bidder shall pay OWNER for Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility in
18 accordance with the Contract Documents in current funds as follows:
21 (Amount in Figures)
26 (Amount in Words)
29 ARTICLE 5 - PAYMENT PROCEDURES
31 PAYMENT TERMS AND DISCOUNTS
32 Unless otherwise indicated in the bid documents, the contractor shall reimburse the County 75% of the bid
33 amount at the signing of the contract and the remaining 25% of the bid amount within 30 days of the
34 completion of the contract.
36 PAYMENT PROCEDURES
37 Cashier's check, or certified check shall be made payable to Pasco County.
38 ARTICLE 6 - CONTRACTOR'S REPRESENTATIONS
40 In order to induce OWNER to enter in this Agreement, CONTRACTOR makes the following representations:
42 6.1 CONTRACTOR has familiarized itself with the nature and extent of the Contract Documents,
43 Work, site, locality, and all local conditions and Laws and Regulations that in any manner
44 may affect cost, progress, performance, or furnishing of the Work.
46 6.2 CONTRACTOR has given ENGINEER written notice of all conflicts, errors, or discrepancies
47 that he has discovered in the Contract Documents and the written resolution thereof by
48 ENGINEER is acceptable to CONTRACTOR.
50 ARTICLE 7 - CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
52 The Contract Documents, which comprise the entire Agreement between OWNER and CONTRACTOR
53 concerning the Work, consist of the following:
55 7.1 This Agreement.
2 7.2 Exhibits to this Agreement.
4 7.3 Performance and other Bonds.
6 7.4 General Conditions.
8 7.5 Supplementary Conditions.
10 7.6 Specifications bearing the title Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility
11 as listed in table of contents thereof.
13 7.7 Addenda numbers to , inclusive.
15 7.8 Proposal (Pages ________ to __________, inclusive).
17 7.9 Section 00120, Special Provisions.
19 7.10 Documents submitted by CONTRACTOR prior to the date of Award of the Contract (Pages
20 to , inclusive).
22 7.11 The following, which may be delivered or issued after the Effective Date of the Agreement
23 and are not attached hereto: All Written Amendments and other documents amending,
24 modifying, or supplementing the Contract Documents pursuant to Paragraphs 3.4 and 3.5 of
25 the General Conditions.
27 7.12 The documents listed in Paragraphs 7.2 et seq. above are attached to this Agreement (except as
28 expressly noted otherwise above).
30 7.13 Insurance Certificates
32 There are no Contract Documents other than those listed above in this Article 7. The Contract Documents may
33 only be amended, modified, or supplemented as provided in Paragraphs 3.4 and 3.5 of the General Conditions.
35 ARTICLE 8 - MISCELLANEOUS
37 8.1 Terms used in this Agreement, which are defined in Article 1 of the General Conditions, will
38 have the meanings indicated in the General Conditions.
40 8.2 No assignment by a party hereto of any rights under or interests in the Contract Documents
41 will be binding on another party hereto without written consent of the party sought to be
42 bound; and specifically but without limitation moneys that may become due and moneys that
43 are due may not be assigned without such consent (except to the extent that the effect of this
44 restriction may be limited by law), and unless specifically stated to the contrary in any written
45 consent to an assignment, no assignment will release or discharge the assignor from any duty
46 or responsibility under the Contract Documents.
48 8.3 OWNER and CONTRACTOR each binds itself, its partners, successors, assigns, and legal
49 representatives to the other party hereto, its partners, successors, assigns, legal representatives
50 in respect of all covenants, agreements, and obligations contained in the Contract Documents.
52 8.4 Contractor shall, in accordance with Proposal Page _________, furnish to the OWNER within
53 twenty (20) days of award of Certificates of Insurance as specified in these documents. The
54 Board Award of this Agreement is conditioned upon providing the County these Certificates
55 in the form and manner required. Failure to comply with this requirement within the
1 timeframe specified above will immediately void this Agreement without any further action or
2 cost to the OWNER.
4 ARTICLE 9 - OTHER PROVISIONS
6 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, OWNER and CONTRACTOR have signed this Agreement in triplicate. One
7 counterpart each has been delivered to OWNER, CONTRACTOR, and ENGINEER. All portions of the
8 Contract Documents have been signed or identified by OWNER and CONTRACTOR or by ENGINEER on
9 their behalf.
11 This Agreement will be effective on _____________________, 20________.
13 OWNER CONTRACTOR
14 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
17 By By
20 Typed/Printed Name & Title Typed/Printed Name & Title
23 (CORPORATE SEAL)
27 Attest _________________________ Attest__________________________
30 Approved as to form and legal sufficiency:
33 ATTORNEY _______________________ Date_____________________
36 OWNER CONTRACTOR
37 Address for giving notices: Address for giving notices:
39 Assistant County Administrator
40 – Utilities Services
41 7530 Little Road, S-205
42 New Port Richey, FL 34654
43 License No.
45 Agent for Service of Process:
53 END OF SECTION
1 Public Work
2 F.S. Chapter 255.05(1)(a)
3 Cover Page
6 BOND NO.:
7 CONTRACTOR NAME:
8 CONTRACTOR ADDRESS:
10 CONTRACTOR PHONE NO.:
11 SURETY COMPANY:
14 OWNER NAME: Pasco County Board of County Commissioners
15 OWNER ADDRESS: 7530 Little Road, S-205
16 New Port Richey, FL 34654
17 OWNER PHONE NO.: (727) 847-8145
18 OBLIGEE NAME: (If contracting
19 entity is different form the owner,
20 the contracting public entity).
22 OBLIGEE ADDRESS:
25 OBLIGEE PHONE NO.:
27 BOND AMOUNT: $
28 CONTRACT NO.: (If applicable)
29 DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
32 PROJECT LOCATION:
36 LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
39 FRONT PAGE
40 All other bond page(s) are deemed subsequent of this page regardless of any page number(s) that may be printed
PUBLIC WORK F.S. CHP. 255.05(1)(a)
1 SECTION 00610
3 FLORIDA PERFORMANCE BOND
7 PROJECT: Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility
9 BID NO. 08-175
11 PROJECT NO. __________
13 PROJECT LOCATION: 14230 Hays Road, Spring Hill, Florida 34610
15 BOND NO. __________
17 AMOUNT: $___________________
19 KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENT, that we, ,
20 (Name of Contractor)
22 located at ,
23 (Address and Telephone Number of Contractor)
25 hereinafter called the Principal, and ,
26 (Name of Surety)
28 located at
29 (Address and Telephone Number of Surety)
31 hereinafter called the SURETY, are held and firmly bound unto THE BOARD OF COUNTY
32 COMMISSIONERS OF PASCO COUNTY, 7530 Little Road, New Port Richey, Florida 34654, (727) 847-
33 2411, A POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, hereinafter called the COUNTY, in
34 the penal sum of _________________________________________________and 00 /100 Dollars ($
35 ) for the payment of which we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators, successors,
36 and assigns for the faithful performance of a certain written CONTRACT, entered into between the Principal
37 and the COUNTY, for the WORK described, a copy of which said CONTRACT dated the day of
38 , 2008, is made a part hereof as if fully copied herein.
FLORIDA PERFORMANCE BOND
1 Now, therefore, the conditions of this obligation are such, that if the Principal shall In all respects comply with
2 the terms and conditions of said CONTRACT, and his obligation thereunder, including the CONTRACT
3 Documents which include the Notice to BIDDERS, Instructions to BIDDERS, SPECIAL PROVISIONS,
4 PROPOSAL, BID BOND, Notice of Award, General Provisions, Supplementary Conditions, Technical
5 SPECIFICATIONS and PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS therein referred to and made a part thereof, and such
6 alterations as may be made in said PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS as therein provided for, NOTICE TO
7 PROCEED, CONTRACT BOND, and any CHANGE ORDER, Purchase Order, Task Order, or
8 SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT, and shall indemnify, defend, and save harmless the said COUNTY against
9 and from all costs, expenses, damages, injury, or conduct, want of care or skill, negligence or default,
10 including patent infringements on the part of the said Principals, agents, or employees, in the execution of
11 performance of said CONTRACT, including errors in the plans furnished by the Principal, and further, if such
12 CONTRACTOR or CONTRACTORS shall promptly make payments to all persons supplying him, them, or it,
13 labor, MATERIAL, and supplies, used directly or indirectly by said CONTRACTOR, CONTRACTORS,
14 SUBCONTRACTOR, or SUBCONTRACTORS in the prosecution of the WORK provided for in said
15 CONTRACT, this obligation shall be void; otherwise, the Principal and SURETY jointly and severally agree
16 to pay to the COUNTY any difference between the sum to which the said Principal would be entitled on the
17 completion of the CONTRACT, and that which the COUNTY may be obliged to pay for the completing of
18 said WORK BY CONTRACT or otherwise, and any damages, direct or indirect, or consequential, which the
19 said COUNTY may sustain on account of such WORK, or on account of the failure of the said
20 CONTRACTOR to properly and in all things keep and execute all provisions of said CONTRACT.
22 And the said Principal and SURETY hereby further bind themselves, their successors, and executors,
23 administrators, and assigns jointly and severally, that they will amply and fully protect the said COUNTY
24 against, and will pay any and all amounts, damage costs, and judgments which may be recovered against or
25 which the COUNTY may be called upon to pay to any person or corporation by reason of any damages arising
26 from the performance of said WORK, or of the repair or maintenance thereof, or the manner of doing the same
27 or the neglect of the said Principal, or his agents or servants, or the improper performance of the said WORK
28 by the Principal, or his agents or servants, or the failure to keep and execute all provisions of said
29 CONTRACT or the infringements of any patent rights by reason of the use of any MATERIAL furnished, or
30 WORK done; as aforesaid, or otherwise.
32 And the said Principal and SURETY hereby further bind themselves, their successors, heirs, executors,
33 administrators, and assigns, jointly and severally, to repay the COUNTY any sum which the COUNTY may be
34 compelled to pay because of any lien for labor or MATERIAL furnished for the WORK embraced by said
35 CONTRACT, and the said SURETY, for value received, hereby stipulates and agrees that no change, purchase
36 order, task order, extension of time, alterations, or additions to the terms of the CONTRACT or to the WORK
37 to be performed thereunder, or the SPECIFICATIONS accompanying the same shall in any way affect its
38 obligations on this BOND, and it does hereby waive notice of any such change, extensions of time, alterations,
39 or additions to the WORK or to the SPECIFICATIONS.
FLORIDA PERFORMANCE BOND
1 In testimony whereof, witness the hands and seals of the parties hereto this day of
3 , 2006, A.D.
29 STATE______ ZIP
30 PHONE NO.
47 END OF SECTION
FLORIDA PERFORMANCE BOND
1 SECTION 00620
3 FLORIDA PAYMENT BOND
5 PROJECT: Sale and Decommission of the Leachate Treatment Facility
7 BID NO. 08-175
9 PROJECT NO.
11 PROJECT LOCATION: 14230 Hays Road, Sprig Hill, FL 34610
13 BOND NO.
15 BY THIS BOND, we ________________________
16 (Name of Contractor)
18 located at ____________________________________________________
19 (Address and Telephone Number of Contractor)
21 (hereinafter called the PRINCIPAL) and
22 (Name of Surety)
24 (hereinafter called the SURETY), located at
25 (Address and Telephone Number of Surety)
27 a surety insurer chartered and existing under the laws of the State of
28 and authorized to do business in the State of Florida, are held and firmly bound unto the Board of County
29 Commissioners of Pasco County, 7530 Little Road, New Port Richey,
30 Florida 34654, (727) 847-2411 (hereinafter called the OWNER) in the sum
31 __________________________________________________________________ for payment of which we
32 bind ourselves,
33 our heirs, our personal representatives, our successors, and our assignees jointly and
36 WHEREAS, the PRINCIPAL and OWNER have reached a mutual agreement (hereinafter referred to as the
37 CONTRACT) for the purpose of providing CONTRACTOR services for the subject project, said CONTRACT
38 and CONTRACT Documents dated the
40 day of , 2008, being made a part of this BOND by this reference.
42 NOW, THEREFORE, THE CONDITION OF THIS BOND IS THAT IF THE PRINCIPAL:
44 1. Shall promptly make payments to all claimants as defined in Section 255.05(1), Florida Statutes,
45 supplying the PRINCIPAL with labor, MATERIALS, or supplies as used directly or indirectly
46 by the PRINCIPAL in the prosecution of the WORK provided for in the CONTRACT and
47 CONTRACT Documents; and,
50 2. Shall pay the OWNER for all losses, damages, including any and all delay damages, expenses, costs,
51 and attorney’s fees, including those resulting from appellate proceedings that the OWNER sustains
52 because of a default by the PRINCIPAL in contravention to the CONTRACT in regard to payment for
53 such labor, MATERIALS, or supplies furnished to the PRINCIPAL.
55 Then this BOND is void. Otherwise, this BOND remains in full force and effect.
FLORIDA PAYMENT BOND
2 BE IT FURTHER KNOWN:
4 1. Any changes in or under the CONTRACT and compliance or noncompliance with any formalities
5 connected with the said CONTRACT or alterations which may be in terms of the said CONTRACT,
6 or in the WORK to be done under it, or the giving by the OWNER of any extension of time for the
7 performance of the said CONTRACT, or any other forbearance on the part of the OWNER of any
8 extension of time for the performance of the said CONTRACT, or any other forbearance on the part of
9 the OWNER or PRINCIPAL to the other, shall not in any way release the PRINCIPAL or SURETY,
10 or either of them, their heirs, their personal representatives, their successors, or their assigns from
11 liability hereunder, notice to the SURETY of any such changes, alterations, extensions, or forbearance
12 being hereby waived.
14 2. Certain claimants seeking the protection of this BOND must timely comply with the strict
15 requirements set forth in Section 255.05, Florida Statutes, and as otherwise provided by law.
17 3. As concerns payment for labor, MATERIALS, and supplies, as affects certain claimants, no legal
18 action shall be instituted against the PRINCIPAL or SURETY on this BOND after one (1) year from
19 the performance of labor or the completion of delivery of the MATERIALS or supplies as is
20 specifically mandated pursuant to Section 255.05, Florida Statutes.
22 THIS BOND dated this day of , 2008 (the date of issue by the
23 SURETY or by the SURETY’S agent and the date of such agent’s Power of Attorney).
31 Witness Title:
33 Witness Print Name
FLORIDA PAYMENT BOND
5 Witness As Attorney in Fact
6 (Attach Power)
9 Witness Print Name
12 Business Address
15 Business Telephone
16 STATE OF )
18 COUNTY OF )
20 I, the undersigned authority, hereby certify that on this day of ,
22 20 , before me personally appeared
23 and , (personally known to me or who has
25 produced as identification) to be the person(s)
27 described in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the execution
28 thereof to be a free act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned.
33 My Commission Expires:
37 Printed Name
40 Business Address
45 Witness Authorized Signature
48 Printed Name
FLORIDA PAYMENT BOND
6 Witness As Attorney in Fact
7 (Attach Power)
10 Witness Printed Name
13 Agent’s License Number
16 Agency Name
19 Agency Mailing Address
22 Agency Telephone Number
25 STATE OF
27 COUNTY OF
30 I, the undersigned authority, hereby certify that on this day of ,
32 20____, before me personally appeared
34 and , (personally known to me or who
36 has produced as identification) to be the person(s)
37 described in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the execution thereof to be a free
38 act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned.
40 WITNESS my hand and official seal and the date aforesaid.
45 My Commission Expires:
50 END OF SECTION
FLORIDA PAYMENT BOND
ARTICLE TITLE PAGE
SC-1 DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................... 3
SC-2.2 COPIES OF DOCUMENTS .......................................................................... 4
SC-2.6.3 BEFORE STARTING CONSTRUCTION ....................................................... 4
SC-4.2.3 NOTICE OF DIFFERING SUBSURFACE OR PHYSICAL CONDITIONS..... 4
SC-4.2.5 POSSIBLE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS CHANGE........................................ 4
SC-4.2.6 POSSIBLE PRICE AND TIMES ADJUSTMENT ........................................... 4
SC-4.3.2 NOT SHOWN OR INDICATED...................................................................... 4
SC-5.1 PAYMENT AND PERFORMANCE BONDS .................................................. 4
SC-5.3 CONTRACTOR'S INSURANCE - ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS ............. 5
SC-5.4 CONTRACTOR'S LIABILITY INSURANCE.................................................... 7
SC-5.5 OWNER'S LIABILITY INSURANCE ............................................................... 8
SC-5.6 PROPERTY INSURANCE .............................................................................. 8
SC-5.11.1 WAIVER OF RIGHTS ..................................................................................... 8
SC-5.12 RECEIPT AND APPLICATION OF PROCEEDS............................................ 8
SC-5.14 ACCEPTANCE OF INSURANCE ................................................................... 8
SC-5.15 PARTIAL UTILIZATION - PROPERTY INSURANCE..................................... 8
SC-6.1 SUPERVISION AND SUPERINTENDENCE .................................................. 8
SC-6.2 SUPERVISION AND SUPERINTENDENCE .................................................. 8
SC-6.3.1 LABOR MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT ....................................................... 8
SC-6.3.2 LABOR MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT ....................................................... 9
SC-6.4.1 LABOR MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT ....................................................... 9
SC-6.8.1 CONCERNING SUBCONTRACTORS, SUPPLIERS AND OTHERS ............ 9
SC-6.9.1 CONCERNING SUBCONTRACTORS, SUPPLIERS AND OTHERS ..............9
SC-6.14.1 LAWS AND REGULATIONS ..........................................................................10
SC-7.1 RELATED WORK AT SITE ............................................................................11
SC-8.5 OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES .....................................................................11
SC-9.3 RESIDENT PROJECT REPRESENTATIVE ..................................................12
SC-9.4 CLARIFICATIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS...............................................12
SC-9.5 AUTHORIZED VARIATIONS IN WORK .........................................................12
SC-9.10 DETERMINATION FOR UNIT PRICES..........................................................12
SC-9.11 DECISIONS ON DISPUTES...........................................................................12
SC-9.12 DECISIONS ON DISPUTES...........................................................................12
SC-9.13 LIMITATIONS OF ENGINEER'S RESPONSIBILITIES ..................................13
SC-10.2 CHANGES IN THE WORK .............................................................................13
SC-10.4.3 CHANGES IN THE WORK .............................................................................13
SC-11.2 CHANGE OF CONTRACT PRICE .................................................................13
SC-11.8.3 CASH ALLOWANCES ....................................................................................13
SC-11.9.2 UNIT PRICE WORK .......................................................................................13
SC-11.9.3 UNIT PRICE WORK .......................................................................................13
SC-12.1 CHANGE OF CONTRACT TIME ....................................................................13
SC-12.1.2 DAMAGES FOR DELAY ................................................................................14
SC-12.1.3 PROCEED WHILE NEGOTIATING DIRECTIVE............................................14
SC-12.1.4 NOTICE OF CLAIM ........................................................................................14
SC-12.3 CONTRACT TIME ..........................................................................................15
SC-13.4 TESTS ............................................................................................................15
SC-14.1 SCHEDULE OF VALUES ...............................................................................15
SC-14.2.1 PAYMENT FOR STORED MATERIAL ...........................................................15
SC-14.2.2 APPLICATION FOR PROGRESS PAYMENT................................................15
SC-14.4 REVIEW OF APPLICATION FOR PROGRESS PAYMENT...........................16
SC-14.8 SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION ......................................................................16
SC-14.12.1 FINAL APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT ..........................................................16
SC-14.13 FINAL PAYMENT AND ACCEPTANCE .........................................................16
SC-15.2 OWNER MAY TERMINATE ...........................................................................16
SC-15.4 OWNER MAY TERMINATE ...........................................................................17
SC-16 DISPUTE RESOLUTION................................................................................17
SC-17 MISCELLANEOUS .........................................................................................17
SC-18 AFFIDAVIT BY GENERAL CONTRACTOR ...................................................17
SC-19 ADMINISTRATION OF THE CONTRACT ......................................................17
SC-20 PROJECT SIGNS...........................................................................................17
1 SECTION 00800
3 SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS
8 These Supplementary Conditions amend or supplement the Standard General
9 Conditions of the Construction Contract and other provisions of the Contract Documents
10 as indicated below. All provisions which are not so amended or supplemented remain
11 in full force and effect. In the event the Standard General Conditions of the
12 Construction Contract conflict with the Supplementary Conditions, the Supplementary
13 Conditions prevail.
15 All pronouns or adjectives (e.g., he, she, his, her) used in these Contract Documents,
16 Invitation to Bid, Instructions to Bidders, and Proposal shall be considered as neutral
17 references, and not in reference to a specific sex.
19 SC-1 DEFINITIONS
21 Amend the Definitions in the Standard General Conditions or add Definitions
22 as follows:
26 Add the following:
28 Wherever in these documents the word "ENGINEER" appears, it shall
29 be understood to mean the Utilities Engineering Director, and duly
30 authorized representatives, acting either directly or indirectly within the
31 scope of the duties and authority assigned to them, as authorized
32 agents of the OWNER.
36 Add the following:
38 Wherever in these documents the word "OWNER" appears, it shall be
39 understood to mean Pasco County Board of County Commissioners,
40 whose address is 7530 Little Road, New Port Richey, Florida 34654.
42 DESIGN PROFESSIONAL
44 Add the following:
46 The DESIGN PROFESSIONAL, unless otherwise designated by the
47 ENGINEER, during the Contract Time, shall be the engineer or
48 architect who prepared the Contract Documents. The DESIGN
49 PROFESSIONAL shall act as an independent contractor to the
50 OWNER on any and all matters related to construction when requested
1 by the ENGINEER. The DESIGN PROFESSIONAL shall have the
2 authority to approve shop drawings and samples on behalf of the
3 OWNER and to approve or reject Work which the DESIGN
4 PROFESSIONAL believes to be defective or believes will not produce
5 a completed product that conforms to the Contract Documents or that
6 will prejudice the design concept of the project as a functioning whole
7 as indicated by the Contract Documents in accordance with Paragraph
8 9.6 of the General Conditions. The DESIGN PROFESSIONAL, acting
9 through the ENGINEER or duly authorized representatives, shall have
10 the authority to require special inspection or testing of the Work in
11 accordance with Paragraphs 9.6 and 13.9 of the General Conditions.
13 SC-2.2 COPIES OF DOCUMENTS
15 Amend the first sentence of Paragraph 2.2 of the General Conditions as
16 follows: Change "ten copies" to "six copies".
18 SC-2.6.3 BEFORE STARTING CONSTRUCTION
20 Add to Paragraph 2.6.3 of the General Conditions the following:
22 An "Application for Payment" form will be provided by OWNER for the
23 CONTRACTOR'S use.
25 SC-4.2.3 NOTICE OF DIFFERING SUBSURFACE OR PHYSICAL CONDITIONS
27 Delete Paragraph 22.214.171.124 in its entirety.
29 SC-4.2.5 POSSIBLE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS CHANGE
31 Delete Paragraph 4.2.5 in its entirety and replace with the following:
33 4.2.5 Possible Document Change: If the Engineer concludes that
34 there is a material error in the Contract Documents, a Work directive
35 change or Change Order will be issued as provided in Article 10 to
36 reflect and document the consequences of the inaccuracy."
38 SC-4.2.6 POSSIBLE PRICE AND TIMES ADJUSTMENT
40 Delete Paragraph 4.2.6 in its entirety and replace with the following:
42 "4.2.6 Possible Price and Time Adjustments - In the case of an
43 inaccuracy in the Contract Documents, an increase or decrease in the
44 contract price or an extension or shortening of the contract time, or any
45 combination thereof, will be allowed to the extent they are attributable
46 to such inaccuracy. If OWNER and Contractor are unable to agree as
47 to the amount or length thereof, a claim may be made therefore as
48 provided in Articles 11 and 12."
1 SC-4.3.2 NOT SHOWN OR INDICATED
3 Delete Paragraph 4.3.2 in its entirety.
5 SC-5.1 PAYMENT AND PERFORMANCE BONDS
7 Add the following:
9 "CONTRACTOR'S obligation to provide - CONTRACTOR shall provide
10 OWNER with a payment and a performing bond in the amount of the
11 contract price. Said bonds shall be on the forms provided herein.
12 Additionally, bonds must meet the following Specifications:
14 1. The Surety Company shall have a currently valid Certificate of
15 Authority, issued by the State of Florida Department of
16 Insurance, authorizing it to write surety bonds in the State of
19 2. The Surety Company shall have a currently valid Certificate of
20 Authority issued by the United States Department of Treasury
21 under Sections 9304 to 9308 of Title 31 of the United States
24 3. The Surety Company shall be in full compliance with the
25 provisions of the Florida Insurance Code.
27 4. The Surety Company shall have at least twice the minimum
28 surplus and capital required by the Florida Insurance Code at
29 the time the invitation to bid is issued.
31 5. If the contract award amount exceeds $500,000.00, the Surety
32 Company shall also comply with the following provision:
34 The Surety Company shall have at least the following rating in
35 the latest issue of Best's Key Rating Guide:
37 POLICYHOLDER’S REQUIRED
38 CONTRACT AMOUNT RATING FINANCIAL RATING
40 $ 500,000 to$ 1,000,000 A Class IV
41 $ 1,000,000 to$ 2,500,000 A Class V
42 $ 2,500,000 to$ 5,000,000 A Class VI
43 $ 5,000,000 to$10,000,000 A Class VII
44 $10,000,000 to$25,000,000 A Class VIII
45 $25,000,000 to$50,000,000 A Class IX
46 $50,000,000 to$75,000,000 A Class X
1 6. If the Contract award amount does not exceed $500,000.00, the
2 Surety Company shall be required to comply with the minimum
3 requirements set forth in Section 287.0935, Florida Statutes."
5 SC-5.3 CONTRACTOR'S INSURANCE - ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
7 CONTRACTOR shall not commence Work until he has obtained all of the
8 insurance required herein nor shall the CONTRACTOR allow any
9 subcontractor to commence Work until proper insurance has been obtained
10 by the subcontractor and such insurance has been approved by the OWNER
11 as provided herein. Contractor shall furnish to the OWNER, within twenty
12 (20) days of Award of Contract, Certificates of Insurance as specified herein.
13 The Board Award of this Agreement is conditioned upon the County’s timely
14 receipt of these Certificates in the format required and within the timeframe
15 specified herein. Failure to comply with this requirement will immediately void
16 the Agreement without any further action by or cost to the OWNER. It shall
17 be the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR to insure that all subcontractors
18 comply with the same insurance requirements as provided for herein.
19 CONTRACTOR shall provide the OWNER satisfactory proof of the required
20 insurance prior to any construction. CONTRACTOR shall furnish
21 certificate(s) of insurance in the form required to the OWNER and shall
22 provide complete, certified copies of all required policies. The certificate(s)
23 shall clearly indicate that the CONTRACTOR has obtained insurance of the
24 type, amount, and classification required for strict compliance with this
25 agreement and that no reduction in coverage or in limits, suspension or
26 cancellation of the insurance shall be effective without thirty (30) days prior
27 written notice as provided below. The certificate(s) shall be signed by a
28 person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. Each
29 insurance policy required by this agreement shall be endorsed to state that
30 coverage shall not be suspended, voided, canceled, reduced in coverage or
31 in limits, except after thirty (30) days prior written notice by certified mail,
32 return receipt requested, has been given to the OWNER to the attention of
33 the Pasco County Risk Manager, West Pasco Government Center, 7530 Little
34 Road, Suite 330, New Port Richey, Florida 34654. In the event the insurance
35 coverages expire prior to completion of the project, a renewal certificate shall
36 be issue thirty (30) days prior to said expiration. Compliance with the
37 foregoing requirement shall not relieve the CONTRACTOR of the liability and
38 obligations under this agreement. Neither approval by OWNER nor a failure
39 to disapprove insurance certificates or policies furnished by CONTRACTOR
40 shall release the CONTRACTOR of full responsibility of all liability or its
41 obligations under this agreement.
43 All insurance policies shall be issued by responsible companies authorized to
44 do business under the laws of the State of Florida, have an "A" policyholders'
45 rating, have a financial rating of at least Class VIII in accordance with the
46 most current Best Key Rating Guide and shall be satisfactory to the OWNER.
47 All policies of insurance required by this Agreement shall be primary
48 insurance as respects the OWNER, ENGINEER, ENGINEER'S
1 CONSULTANT, or their officials, agents and employees. Any insurance or
2 self-insurance maintained by the OWNER, ENGINEER, ENGINEER'S
3 CONSULTANT, or their officials, agents and employees, shall be excess of
4 the CONTRACTOR'S insurance and shall not contribute with it. All policies of
5 insurance required by this agreement, except Workers' Compensation, shall
6 specifically provide that the OWNER and their officials, agents, and
7 employees shall be an "additional insured" under the policy and shall contain
8 a severability of interests provision. All insurance policies required herein
9 shall apply to all operations, activities, or use by CONTRACTOR or anyone
10 employed by, contracting with or acting at CONTRACTOR'S direction and/or
11 supervision. The insurance coverages and limits provided herein are
12 designed to meet the minimum requirements of the OWNER.
13 CONTRACTOR'S obligation under this provision regarding insurance, other
14 than obligation to provide liability coverage, shall not in any way be affected
15 or limited by indemnification obligations under this contract. Any deductibles
16 or self-insured retentions must be declared to and approved by the OWNER
17 and are the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR. The minimum kinds and
18 limits of coverage to be carried by CONTRACTOR shall be as follows:
20 A. WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY:
22 The CONTRACTOR and all subcontractors shall take out, and
23 maintain during the life of this contract, Workers' Compensation for all
24 of its employees employed at the project site. Coverage shall be for
25 the statutory limits in compliance with the applicable state and federal
26 laws. The policy must include employer's liability with a limit of
27 $3,000,000.00 each accident. The insurer shall agree to waive all
28 rights of subrogation against the OWNER, ENGINEER, ENGINEER'S
29 CONSULTANT, and their officials, agents and employees. In case any
30 employee is engaged in hazardous Work on the site who is not
31 protected under the Workers' Compensation statute, the
32 CONTRACTOR or subcontractor for whom the employee shall provide
33 for adequate coverage to protect these employees.
35 B. COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL LIABILITY:
37 Comprehensive General Liability shall include premises and/or
38 operations, products and/or completed operations, broad form property
39 damage, XCU coverage, independent contractors, and contractual
40 liability, and shall be written on an "occurrence basis."
42 Bodily injury and personal injury,
43 including death $1,000,000.00 each person;
44 $3,000,000.00 aggregate.
46 Property damage $1,000,000.00 each occurrence;
47 $3,000,000.00 aggregate.
1 C. COMPREHENSIVE AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY:
3 Comprehensive automobile liability shall include owned vehicles, hired
4 and non-owned vehicles and employees non-ownership.
7 Bodily injury and personal injury,
8 including death $1,000,000.00 each person;
9 $3,000,000.00 aggregate.
11 Property damage $1,000,000.00 each occurrence;
12 $3,000,000.00 aggregate.
14 D. OWNERS AND CONTRACTORS PROTECTIVE LIABILITY:
16 CONTRACTOR shall procure a separate Owners and Contractors
17 Protective Liability Policy designating the OWNER and its officials,
18 agents, and employees as the named insured with respect to all
19 operations and activities performed by the CONTRACTOR or anyone
20 employed by, contracting with or acting at CONTRACTOR'S direction
21 and/or supervision and his subcontractors under the contract, including
22 the acts, neglect or omissions of the OWNER and of their
25 Bodily injury and personal injury,
26 including death $1,000,000.00 each person;
27 $3,000,000.00 aggregate.
29 Property damage $1,000,000.00 each occurrence;
30 $3,000,000.00 aggregate.
32 E. EXCESS LIABILITY:
34 CONTRACTOR shall maintain Excess Liability Coverage which shall
35 be over and above Comprehensive General Liability and
36 Comprehensive Automobile Liability with limits of not less than:
37 $3,000,000.00 each occurrence;
38 $5,000,000.00 aggregate.
40 SC-5.4 CONTRACTOR'S LIABILITY INSURANCE
42 Delete Paragraph 5.4.4 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
44 SC-5.5 OWNER'S LIABILITY INSURANCE
46 Delete Paragraph 5.5 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
1 SC-5.6 PROPERTY INSURANCE
3 Delete Paragraphs 5.6, 5.7, 5.8, 5.9, and 5.10 of the General Conditions in
4 their entirety.
6 SC-5.11.1 WAIVER OF RIGHTS
8 Delete Paragraphs 5.11.1 and 5.11.2 of the General Conditions in their
11 SC-5.12 RECEIPT AND APPLICATION OF PROCEEDS
13 Delete Paragraphs 5.12 and 5.13 of the General Conditions in their entirety.
15 SC-5.14 ACCEPTANCE OF INSURANCE
17 Delete Paragraph 5.14 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
19 SC-5.15 PARTIAL UTILIZATION - PROPERTY INSURANCE
21 Delete Paragraph 5.15 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
23 SC-6.1 SUPERVISION AND SUPERINTENDENCE
25 Amend the first section of Paragraph 6.1 of the General Conditions starting in
26 Line 7 by striking out " . . ., but CONTRACTOR shall not be responsible for
27 the negligence of others in the design or selection of a specific means,
28 methods, technique, sequence or procedure of construction which is indicated
29 in and required by the Contract Documents."
31 SC-6.2 SUPERVISION AND SUPERINTENDENCE
33 Amend the first sentence of Paragraph 6.2 of the General Conditions by
34 adding "and the job site" after "on the Work. . . ."
36 SC-6.3.1 LABOR MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
38 Add a new paragraph immediately after Paragraph 6.3 of the General
39 Conditions which is to read as follows:
41 "6.3.1 Regular working hours are defined as up to 8 hours per day,
42 Monday through Friday, beginning no earlier than 7:00 A.M. and
43 ending no later than 7:00 P.M., excluding holidays. Whenever the
44 CONTRACTOR is performing any part of the Work with the
45 exception of equipment maintenance and cleanup, OWNER'S
46 representation and/or inspection will be required. Requests to
47 Work other than regular working hours must be submitted, in
48 writing, to the Engineer, at least 48 hours prior to any proposed
49 weekend Work or scheduled extended Work weeks, to give the
50 OWNER ample time to arrange for representation and/or inspection
1 during those periods. Periodic unscheduled overtime on weekdays
2 will be permitted provided that two hours notice is provided to the
3 Engineer. Maintenance and cleanup may be performed during
4 hours other than regular working hours."
6 SC-6.3.2 LABOR MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
8 Add a new paragraph immediately after Paragraph 6.3.1 of the General
9 Conditions which is to read as follows:
11 "6.3.2 CONTRACTOR shall reimburse the OWNER for additional
12 engineering and/or inspection costs incurred as a result of overtime
13 Work in excess of the regular working hours stipulated in Article
14 SC-6.3.1. At OWNER'S options, overtime costs may either be
15 deducted from the CONTRACTOR'S monthly payment request or
16 deducted from the CONTRACTOR'S retention prior to release of
17 final payment. Overtime costs for the OWNER'S personnel shall be
18 based on the individual's current overtime wage rate. Overtime
19 costs for personnel employed by the ENGINEER, Design
20 Professional, or OWNER'S independent testing laboratory shall be
21 calculated in accordance with the terms of their respective
22 contracts with the OWNER."
24 SC-6.4.1 LABOR MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
26 Add a new paragraph immediately after Paragraph 6.4 of the General
27 Conditions which is to read as follows:
29 "6.4.1 All potable water for testing, flushing and construction shall be
30 furnished by the OWNER. It may be available by connecting to the
31 OWNER'S water system at a point approved by the OWNER.
32 There shall be installed in each and every connection to the
33 OWNER'S water supply a backflow preventer meeting the
34 requirements of ANSI A40.6, latest revision at each and every
35 connection. CONTRACTOR shall be required to meter all water
36 used by equipment and methods approved by the ENGINEER."
38 SC-6.8.1 CONCERNING SUBCONTRACTORS, SUPPLIERS AND OTHERS
40 Add the following to Paragraph 6.8.1 of the General Conditions:
42 "The CONTRACTOR shall perform on the site and with his own
43 organization, labor equivalent to at least 50 percent of the total amount
44 of the Work to be performed under this Contract. If, during the
45 progress of the Work hereunder, the CONTRACTOR requests a
46 reduction of such percentage, and the ENGINEER determines that it
47 would be to the OWNER'S advantage, the percentage may be
48 reduced; PROVIDED prior written approval of such reduction is
49 obtained by the CONTRACTOR from the ENGINEER."
2 SC-6.9.1 CONCERNING SUBCONTRACTORS, SUPPLIERS AND OTHERS
4 Add the following to Paragraph 6.9 of the General Conditions:
6 "OWNER or ENGINEER may furnish to any such Subcontractor,
7 Supplier or other person or organization, to the extent practicable,
8 evidence of amounts paid to CONTRACTOR in accordance with
9 CONTRACTOR'S Applications for Payment."
11 SC-6.14.1 LAWS AND REGULATIONS
13 Add the following to Paragraph 6.14.1 of the General Conditions:
15 "CONTRACTOR agrees to comply with all applicable Federal, State,
16 and Local Laws, Regulations, and Ordinances including but not limited
17 to the following:
19 1. Title VI of the 1984 Civil Rights Act and related regulations.
21 2. Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act as amended by the Equal
22 Employment Opportunity Act, which prohibits discrimination in
25 3. Age Discrimination Act of 1973.
27 4. Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act.
29 5. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act prohibiting discrimination in
30 the employment of the handicapped.
32 6. Fair Labor Standards Act.
34 7. Chapter 112, Florida Statutes prohibiting conflicts of interest in
35 the procurement of contracts with a governmental agency."
37 SC-6.31 INDEMNIFICATION
39 Delete paragraph 6.31 of the General Conditions and replace with the
42 6.31.1 The CONTRACTOR shall indemnify and hold harmless the
43 COUNTY and the employees and agents of the COUNTY from, and
44 against, all liabilities, claims, suits, demands, damages, losses, and
45 expenses, including, but not limited to, attorneys’ fees, arising out
46 of, or resulting from, the performance of the Work, provided that
47 any such liability, claim, suit, demand, damage, loss, or expense:
48 (a) is attributable to bodily injury, sickness, disease or death, or
49 injury to or destruction of tangible property (other than the Work
50 itself), including the loss of use resulting therefrom; and (b) is
1 caused in whole or part by an act or omission of the
2 CONTRACTOR, any SUBCONTRACTOR, anyone directly or
3 indirectly employed by any of them, or anyone for whose acts any
4 of them may be liable.
6 6.31.2 In any and all claims against the COUNTY, or against any of the
7 agents or employees of the COUNTY, by any employee of the
8 CONTRACTOR, any SUBCONTRACTOR, anyone directly or
9 indirectly employed by any of them, or anyone for whose acts any
10 of them may be liable, the indemnification obligation under the
11 previous paragraph shall not be limited in any way as to the amount
12 or type of damages, compensation, or benefits payable by or for the
13 CONTRACTOR or any SUBCONTRACTOR under workmen’s
14 compensation acts, disability benefit acts, or other employee
15 benefit acts.
17 6.31.3 The CONTRACTOR shall indemnify and hold harmless the
18 COUNTY and anyone directly or indirectly employed by the
19 COUNTY from and against all claims, suits, demands, damages,
20 losses, and expenses including, but not limited to, attorneys’ fees,
21 arising out of any infringement of patent rights, copyrights,
22 trademarks, trade dress, or other intellectual property rights held by
23 others, and shall defend all such claims in connection with any
24 alleged infringement of such rights.
26 6.31.4 The CONTRACTOR shall, at the option of the COUNTY, underwrite
27 on an interim basis all expenses associated with the legal defense
28 of the COUNTY, pending the outcome of any litigation through
29 appeal, with respect to any liabilities, claims, suits, demands,
30 damages, losses, and expenses, including, but not limited to,
31 attorneys’ fees, for which the CONTRACTOR may be liable to the
32 COUNTY, in whole or in part, pursuant to 6.31.1-6.31.3 above,
33 irrespective of whether said liabilities, claims, suits, demands,
34 damages, losses, and expenses, including, but not limited to,
35 attorneys’ fees, may ultimately be found by a court of law to have
36 been caused, in whole or in part, by the negligence or other fault of
37 the COUNTY. In discharging this duty to the COUNTY, the
38 CONTRACTOR shall strictly account to the COUNTY on a monthly
39 basis for all expenditures so incurred. Upon the conclusion of any
40 litigation through appeal, to the extent that the CONTRACTOR has
41 been found less than fully liable for any liabilities, damages, losses
42 and costs, including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys’ fees,
43 the COUNTY shall reimburse the CONTRACTOR for that portion of
44 the reasonable costs of underwriting the legal defense of the
47 6.31.5 With respect to, and in consideration for, the indemnification
48 provided herein by the CONTRACTOR, as well as the duty of the
49 CONTRACTOR, at the option of the COUNTY, to underwrite the
50 legal defense of the COUNTY pending the outcome of any litigation
51 through appeal, the COUNTY agrees to pay to the CONTRACTOR,
52 as separate consideration, the sum of $100.00, the sufficiency and
53 receipt of which is hereby acknowledged.
1 6.31.6 Notwithstanding any language to the contrary which may be
2 contained herein, the ultimate duty of the CONTRACTOR to
3 indemnify and hold the COUNTY harmless under this Article 6.31
4 shall be limited to the extent that any liabilities, damages, losses
5 and costs, including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys’ fees,
6 are caused by the negligence, recklessness, or intentional wrongful
7 misconduct of the indemnifying party and persons employed or
8 utilized by the indemnifying party in the performance of the
9 construction contract.
11 SC-6.33 INDEMNIFICATION
13 Delete Paragraph 6.33 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
15 SC-7.1 RELATED WORK AT SITE
17 Amend Paragraph 7.1 of the General Conditions by striking out the remainder
18 of second sentence at "and (ii) Contractor. . . ."
20 SC-8.5 OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES
22 Delete Paragraph 8.5 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
24 SC-9.3 RESIDENT PROJECT REPRESENTATIVE
26 Delete Paragraph 9.3 of the General Conditions in its entirety and insert the
27 following in its place:
29 "OWNER may furnish a Resident Project Representative to assist in
30 observing the performance of the Work. The duties, responsibilities
31 and limitations of authority of this Resident Project Representative and
32 assistants are set forth as an attachment to these Supplemental
35 SC-9.4 CLARIFICATIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS
37 Amend Paragraph 9.4 of the General Conditions by addition of the following:
39 "Apparent inconsistencies between two or more sections of the
40 Contract documents shall be reported to the ENGINEER immediately,
41 for resolution. Where possible, precedence shall be given in the
42 following order:
44 1. Special Provisions
45 2. Supplementary Conditions
46 3. General Conditions
47 4. Specifications
48 5. Drawings
50 a. Detail Drawings
51 b. General Drawings
1 c. Figure Dimensions
2 d. Computed Dimensions
3 e. Scaled Dimensions"
5 SC-9.5 AUTHORIZED VARIATIONS IN WORK
7 Delete Section 9.5 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
9 SC-9.10 DETERMINATION FOR UNIT PRICES
11 Delete Paragraph 9.10 of the General Conditions in its entirety and insert the
12 following in its place:
14 "9.10 ENGINEER will have authority to determine the actual quantities
15 and classifications of items of Unit Price Work performed by
16 CONTRACTOR, and the written decisions of ENGINEER on such
17 matters will be final, binding on OWNER and CONTRACTOR and
18 not subject to appeal (except as modified by ENGINEER to reflect
19 changed factual conditions)."
21 SC-9.11 DECISIONS ON DISPUTES
23 Delete the fifth sentence and the remainder of Paragraph 9.11 and replace
24 with the following:
26 "The ENGINEER will refer the matter to the OWNER for a formal decision".
28 SC-9.12 DECISIONS ON DISPUTES
30 Delete Paragraph 9.12 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
32 SC-9.13 LIMITATIONS OF ENGINEER'S RESPONSIBILITIES
34 Delete Paragraph 9.13 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
36 SC-10.2 CHANGES IN THE WORK
38 Delete Paragraph 10.2 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
40 SC-10.4.3 CHANGES IN THE WORK
42 Delete Paragraph 10.4.3 of the General Conditions in its entirety.
44 SC-11.2 CHANGE OF CONTRACT PRICE
46 Amend Paragraph 11.2 of the General Conditions by striking the last two
47 sentences "All claims for adjustment . . ., in accordance with this Paragraph
1 SC-11.8.3 CASH ALLOWANCES
3 Add a new paragraph immediately after Paragraph 11.8.2 of the General
4 Conditions which is to read as follows:
6 "11.8.3 The CONTRACTOR shall not proceed on any additional Work
7 to be covered by allowances until authorized in writing by the
10 SC-11.9.2 UNIT PRICE WORK
12 11.9.2 Amend 11.9.2 by adding the following:
14 "However, the estimated quantities listed under "Est. Qty." of the
15 proposal are estimates as indicated. For purposes of
16 compensation for photo scale error, field realignment and other
17 variables that may affect total quantities installed, the quantities
18 may be overestimated. The CONTRACTOR is responsible for
19 field verifying the actual needed quantities for determining his
20 overhead and profit and for material ordering."
22 SC-11.9.3 UNIT PRICE WORK
24 126.96.36.199 Add the following new paragraph:
26 "If the actual installed quantities vary by more than twenty-five
27 (25) percent over the estimated quantity, the OWNER reserves
28 the right to negotiate a revised, reduced unit cost for that
29 amount of Work which exceeds twenty-five (25) percent over
30 the estimated quantity. The revised unit cost will be established
31 in a Change Order."
33 SC-12.1 CHANGE OF CONTRACT TIME
35 Delete Paragraph 12.1 of the General Conditions and insert the following
36 paragraphs as and 12.1.1, 12.1.2, 12.1.3, and 12.1.4:
38 "12.1.1 CLAIMS FOR TIME EXTENSION - REQUEST FOR DELAY FORM
41 Claims for an increase in the Contract Time will be made by presenting
42 a Request for Delay (RFD) form to the ENGINEER within seven (7)
43 days of the occurrence giving rise to the claim. All claims for an
44 increase in the contract time are waived if not so presented. RFD
45 forms will be supplied to the CONTRACTOR by the OWNER or the
48 The sole and exclusive manner of increasing the Contract Time due to
49 some occurrence giving rise to the presentation of a RFD form is by
1 Change Order. Timely presentation of a RFD form is a prerequisite to
2 obtaining a Change Order. The Change Order shall address any and
3 all claims based on said occurrence.
5 12.1.2 DAMAGES FOR DELAY
7 The CONTRACTOR agrees to make no claim for any damages for
8 delay in performance of the CONTRACT occasioned by any act or
9 omission to act by the OWNER or any of its representatives, and
10 agrees that any claim necessitated by delay shall be fully compensated
11 for only by an extension of the time for the performance of the Work as
12 provided herein. Apart from extension of time, no payment or
13 allowance of any kind shall be made to the CONTRACTOR as
14 compensation for damages on account of hindrance or delay from any
15 cause in the progress of Work, whether such delay be avoidable or
18 12.1.3 PROCEED WHILE NEGOTIATING DIRECTIVE
20 If a proper notification of claim is provided by the CONTRACTOR
21 pursuant to the requirements of this agreement, the ENGINEER or his
22 authorized representative may issue to the CONTRACTOR a proceed
23 while negotiating directive. If the proceed while negotiating directive is
24 provided, the CONTRACTOR must continue with the Work as directed,
25 and the OWNER and CONTRACTOR agree to use their best efforts to
26 resolve the claim.
28 12.1.4 NOTICE OF CLAIM
30 The OWNER'S liability to CONTRACTOR for any claims other than
31 claims for extension of the Contract time, as described herein, arising
32 out of or related to the subject matter of this Contract, whether in
33 Contract or tort, including, but not limited to, claims for payment by the
34 OWNER of the costs, damages or losses because of changed
35 conditions under which the Work is to be performed, or for additional
36 Work, shall be governed by the following provisions: (1) all claims
37 must be submitted as a Request for Change Order in the manner as
38 provided herein; (2) the CONTRACTOR must submit a Notice of Claim
39 to OWNER and to the ENGINEER within twenty (20) days of when the
40 CONTRACTOR was or should have been aware of the occurrence of
41 the event giving rise to the claim; (the presentation of a timely RFD
42 form, as described in 12.1 above, will constitute the Notice of Claim for
43 an extension of this Contract time with all other provisions of this
44 paragraph applying accordingly) and (3) within twenty (20) days of
45 submitting its Notice of Claim, the CONTRACTOR shall submit to the
46 OWNER its Request for Change Order, which shall include a written
47 statement of details of the claim, including a description of the Work
1 The CONTRACTOR agrees that the OWNER shall not be liable for any
2 claim that the CONTRACTOR fails to submit as a Request for Change
3 Order, or as a timely presented RFD form, as provided in these
6 After receipt of a Request for Change Order, the OWNER, in
7 consultation with the ENGINEER, shall deliver to the CONTRACTOR
8 within thirty (30) days, after receipt of request, its written determination
9 of the claim.
11 The CONTRACTOR'S exclusive remedy for delays in performance of
12 the construction caused by events beyond its control, including delays
13 claimed to be caused by or attributable to the OWNER or the
14 ENGINEER, including claims based on breach of contract or
15 negligence, shall be a claim, or a RFD form, submitted in compliance
16 with the above and preceding paragraphs. The CONTRACTOR
17 expressly agrees that the foregoing constitutes its sole and exclusive
18 remedies for delays and changes in such Work and eliminates any
19 other remedies for claim for increase in the Contract price, delays,
20 changes in the Work, damages, losses, or additional compensation."
22 SC-12.3 CONTRACT TIME
24 Amend Paragraph 12.3 of the General Conditions by adding the following to
25 Sentence 1 " . . . and 12.1.1 as set forth in the Supplementary Conditions."
27 SC-13.4 TESTS
29 The OWNER will specify the testing laboratory to be used and will pay for
30 initial tests. Any retesting which must be done as a result of failure will be
31 paid for by the CONTRACTOR.
33 SC-14.1 SCHEDULE OF VALUES
35 Amend Paragraph 14.1 of the General Conditions by inserting "by proposal"
36 in the first sentence between "established" and "as" to read "The schedule of
37 values established by proposal as provided . . . ."
39 SC-14.2.1 PAYMENT FOR STORED MATERIALS
41 Add the following new paragraph:
43 "If the CONTRACTOR has provided, and the OWNER has accepted, a
44 Performance Bond as part of the Contract, then evidence of payment
45 for stored materials (i.e., Bill of Sale, canceled check, etc.) will not be
46 required, unless requested by ENGINEER, until Application for Final
47 Payment is submitted."
1 SC-14.2.2 APPLICATION FOR PROGRESS PAYMENT
3 Add the following new paragraph:
5 "OWNER shall have the right to apply as payment on such liquidated
6 damages as provided for in the agreement any money which is due to
7 CONTRACTOR by OWNER. Any payment request submitted for Work
8 accomplished beyond the contract completion date will be processed
9 without requiring a change to the agreement; however, monies for
10 liquidated damages for each calendar day (excluding Sundays and
11 legal holidays) beyond the completion date will be deducted from the
12 payment request and will be shown as such on the payment request
13 or, in its discretion, the OWNER may elect alternatively to assess
14 liquidated damages at the rate set forth in the agreement and deduct
15 the monies for liquidated damages from the retainage held pursuant to
16 the terms of this agreement. Liquidated damages will be assessed at
17 the rate set in the agreement."
19 SC-14.4 REVIEW OF APPLICATION FOR PROGRESS PAYMENT
21 Amend Paragraph 14.4 of the General Conditions by changing the first word
22 in the last sentence from "Ten" to "Thirty".
24 SC-14.8 SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION
26 Amend Paragraph 14.8 of the General Conditions by striking out the sixth
27 sentence "OWNER shall have seven . . . or attached list." and the last
28 sentence "Unless OWNER and . . . CONTRACTOR until final payment."
30 SC-14.12 FINAL APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT
32 Add a new paragraph immediately after Paragraph 14.12 of the General
33 Conditions to read as follows:
35 14.12.1 Notwithstanding any other provision of these Contract
36 Documents to the contrary, OWNER and ENGINEER are under
37 no duty or obligation whatsoever to any Subcontractor, laborer,
38 or other party to ensure that payments due and owing by the
39 CONTRACTOR to any of them are or will be made. Such
40 parties shall rely only on the CONTRACTOR'S surety bonds for
41 remedy of nonpayment by him.
43 SC-14.13 FINAL PAYMENT AND ACCEPTANCE
45 Amend Paragraph 14.13 of the General Conditions by inserting " . . . and
46 Certification of Completion when required. . . ." in the first sentence to read as
47 follows: " . . . Work during construction and final inspection and Certification
48 of Completion when required, and ENGINEER'S review of the final. . . ."
1 SC-15.2 OWNER MAY TERMINATE
3 Amend Paragraph 15.2 of the General Conditions by adding the following:
5 "15.2.5 If a CONTRACTOR commences a voluntary case under any
6 chapter of the Bankruptcy Code (Title 11, United States Code),
7 as now or hereafter in effect, or if CONTRACTOR takes any
8 equivalent or similar action by filing a petition or otherwise under
9 any other federal or state law in effect at such time relating to
10 the bankruptcy or insolvency;
12 15.2.6 If a petition is filed against CONTRACTOR under any chapter of
13 the Bankruptcy Code, as now or hereafter in effect at the time of
14 filing, or if a petition is filed seeking any such equivalent or
15 similar relief against CONTRACTOR under an other federal or
16 state law in effect at the time relating to bankruptcy or
19 15.2.7 If CONTRACTOR makes a general assignment for the benefit of
22 15.2.8 If a trustee, receiver, custodian or agent of CONTRACTOR is
23 appointed under applicable law or under contract, whose
24 appointment or authority to take charge of property of
25 CONTRACTOR is for the purpose of enforcing a Lien against
26 such property or for the purpose of general administration of
27 such property for the benefit of CONTRACTOR'S creditors;
29 15.2.9 If CONTRACTOR admits, in writing, an inability to pay its debts
30 generally as they become due;
32 15.2.10 The OWNER may terminate this agreement at any time without
33 cause upon seven days' notice to the CONTRACTOR."
35 SC-15.4 OWNER MAY TERMINATE
37 Amend Paragraph 15.4 by deleting Paragraphs 15.4.3 and 15.4.4 and add
38 the following sentences to Paragraph 15.4:
40 "In no way shall expenses exceed total cost of compensation as
41 prorated to the date of termination specified by this agreement, as may
42 be amended from time to time. Further it is specifically agreed that
43 termination cost shall not include lost anticipated profits of any kind."
45 SC-16 DISPUTE RESOLUTION
47 Delete "Article 16 - DISPUTE RESOLUTION" of the General Conditions in its
48 entirety, as well as any reference to "arbitration" in the General Conditions.
1 SC-17 MISCELLANEOUS
3 Delete Paragraph 17.5, “Professional Fees and Court Costs Included” in its
6 Add Paragraph 17.6, "Discovery of Latent Defects or Fraud". As to latent
7 defects and fraud, the applicable statute of limitations shall commence upon
8 the date of discovery or date discovery of the defect should reasonably have
11 SC-18 AFFIDAVIT BY GENERAL CONTRACTOR
13 CONTRACTOR shall complete an affidavit upon completion of construction
14 and submit it along with the final payment request. A form of such affidavit is
15 enclosed as an attachment to these Supplemental Conditions.
17 SC-19 ADMINISTRATION OF THE CONTRACT
19 The provisions of the General Conditions 00700 dealing with authority of the
20 ENGINEER to act, including, but limited to, Article 9 - ENGINEER'S Status
21 During Construction are amended to the extent that all decisions of the
22 ENGINEER must be decided and directed jointly by the OWNER and
25 SC-20 PROJECT SIGNS
27 Project sign shall be furnished and installed in accordance with Section
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01 SCOPE AND INTENT
1. The work to be completed consists of the furnishing of all labor, materials and
equipment, and the performance of all work included in this Contract. The summary
of the work is presented in Section 01010.
B. Work Included
1. The CONTRACTOR shall furnish all labor, superintendence, quality control,
materials, plant, power, light, heat, fuel, water, tools, appliances, equipment, supplies,
and other means of construction necessary and proper for performing and completing
the work. CONTRACTOR shall perform and complete the work in the manner best
calculated to promote scheduled construction consistent with safety of life and
property and to the satisfaction of the OWNER, and in strict accordance with the
Contract Documents. The CONTRACTOR shall clean up the work and maintain it
during and after construction, until accepted, and shall do all work and pay all costs
incidental thereto. CONTRACTOR shall repair or restore all structures and property
that may be damaged or disturbed during performance of the work.
2. The cost of incidental work described in these General Requirements, for which there
are no specific Contract Items, shall be considered as part of the general cost of doing
the work and shall be included in the prices for the various Contract Items. No
additional payment will be made therefor.
3. The CONTRACTOR shall provide and maintain such modern plant, tools, and
equipment as may be necessary, in the opinion of the ENGINEER, to perform in a
satisfactory and acceptable manner all the work required by this Contract. Only
equipment of established reputation and proven efficiency shall be used. The
CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for the adequacy of workmanship,
materials and equipment, prior approval of the ENGINEER notwithstanding.
C. Public Utilities and Structures
1. Public utilities and structures shall be understood to include all poles, tracks, pipes,
wires, conduits, house service connections, vaults, manholes and all other
appurtenances and facilities pertaining thereto whether owned or controlled by the
OWNER, other governmental bodies or privately owned by individuals, firms or
corporations, used to serve the public with transportation, traffic control, gas,
electricity, telephone, sewerage, drainage, water or other public or private property
which may be affected by the work shall be deemed included hereunder.
2. The CONTRACTOR shall protect all public utility installations and structures from
damage during the work. Access across any buried public utility installation or
structure shall be made only in such locations and by means approved by the Utility
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Owner. The CONTRACTOR shall so arrange operations as to avoid any damage to
these facilities. All required protective devices and construction shall be provided
by the CONTRACTOR at their expense. All existing public utilities damaged by the
CONTRACTOR which are shown on the Plans or have been located in the field by
the Utility Owner shall be repaired by the CONTRACTOR, at their expense, as
directed by the Utility Owner. No separate payment shall be made for such
protection or repairs to public utility installations or structures.
4. Proper termination of power, water, gas, and other utilities in accordance with all
applicable local, state, and federal codes by the CONTRACTOR shall be considered
as a part of the general cost of doing the work and shall be included in the bid price.
5. Where public utility installations or structures owned or controlled by the OWNER
or other governmental body are encountered during the course of the work, and are
not indicated in the Specifications, and when, in the opinion of the ENGINEER,
removal, relocation, replacement or rebuilding is necessary to complete the work
under this Contract, such work shall be accomplished by the utility having
jurisdiction, or such work may be ordered, in writing by the ENGINEER, for the
CONTRACTOR to accomplish. If such work is accomplished by the utility having
jurisdiction it will be carried out expeditiously and the CONTRACTOR shall give
full cooperation to permit the utility to complete the removal, relocation, replacement
or rebuilding as required. If such work is accomplished by the CONTRACTOR, it
will be in accordance with the General and Supplemental Conditions.
6. The OWNER and other governmental utility departments and other owners of public
utilities which may be affected by the work will be informed in writing by the
CONTRACTOR within two weeks after the execution of the Contract or Contracts
covering the work. Such notice will set out, in general, and direct attention to, the
responsibilities of the OWNER and other governmental utility departments and other
owners of public utilities for such installations and structures as may be affected by
7. In addition to the general notice given, the CONTRACTOR shall give written notice
to OWNER and other governmental utility departments and other owners of public
utilities of the location of the proposed construction operations, at least seventy-two
hours in advance of breaking ground in any area or on any unit of the work.
8. The maintenance, repair, removal, relocation or rebuilding of public utility
installations and structures, when accomplished by the CONTRACTOR as herein
provided, shall be done by methods approved by the Utility Owner.
1.02 MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT (NOT USED)
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1.03 TEMPORARY STRUCTURES
A. Responsibility for Temporary Structures
1. In accepting the Contract, the CONTRACTOR assumes full responsibility for the
sufficiency and safety of all temporary structures or work and for any damage which
may result from their failure or their improper construction, maintenance or operation
and will indemnify and save harmless the OWNER, ENGINEER, and ENGINEER's
Sub-consultants from all claims, suits or actions and damages or costs of every
description arising by reason of failure to comply with the above provisions.
B. Temporary Fences
1. If, during the course of the work, it is necessary to remove or disturb any fence or part
thereof, the CONTRACTOR shall, at his own expense, if so approved by the
ENGINEER, provide a suitable temporary fence which shall be maintained until the
permanent fence is replaced at the CONTRACTOR’S cost and risk. The
ENGINEER shall approve the material to replace the permanent fence.
A. Accident Prevention
1. The CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for the condition of the project site,
including safety of all persons and property during performance of the Work in
accordance with the General Conditions. Precautions shall be exercised at all times
for the protection of person and property. The safety provisions of applicable laws,
building and construction codes shall be observed. The CONTRACTOR shall
comply with the U.S. Department of Labor Safety and Health Regulations for
construction promulgated under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (PL
91-596), and under Section 107 of the contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act
(PL-54), except where state and local safety standards exceed the federal
requirements and except where state safety standards have been approved by the
Secretary of Labor in accordance with provisions of the Occupational Safety and
Health Act, shall be complied with.
B. First Aid
1. The CONTRACTOR shall keep upon the site, at each location where work is in
progress, a completely equipped first aid kit and shall provide ready access thereto at
all times when people are employed on the work.
1.05 ADJACENT STRUCTURES AND LANDSCAPING
1. The CONTRACTOR shall also be entirely responsible and liable for all damage or
injury as a result of CONTRACTOR operations to all other adjacent public and
private property, structures of any kind and appurtenances thereto met with during
the progress of the work. The cost of protection, replacement in their original
locations and conditions or payment of damages for injuries to such adjacent public
and private property and structures affected by the work shall be included in the bid
price and no separate payments will be made therefor.
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2. CONTRACTOR is expressly advised that the protection of wetlands, structures, etc.
and related work adjacent and in the vicinity of CONTRACTOR operations,
wherever they may be, is solely the CONTRACTOR responsibility. Conditional
inspection of wetlands or structures in the immediate vicinity of the project which
may reasonably be expected to be affected by the Work shall be performed by and be
the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR.
3. CONTRACTOR shall, before starting operations, make an examination of the
wetlands, existing structures etc., and record by notes, measurements, photographs,
etc., conditions which might be aggravated by open excavation and construction.
Repairs or replacement of all conditions disturbed by the work shall be made to the
satisfaction of the OWNER and to the satisfaction of the ENGINEER. This does not
preclude conforming to the requirements of the insurance underwriters.
4. Prior to the beginning of any work, the CONTRACTOR shall advise the ENGINEER
of all buildings or structures on which the CONTRACTOR intends to perform work
or which performance of the project work will affect. The CONTRACTOR shall be
responsible for performing work in compliance with applicable permits.
1.06 PROTECTION OF WORK AND PUBLIC
A. Barriers and Lights
1. During the prosecution of the work, the CONTRACTOR shall put up and maintain at
all times such barriers and lights as will effectually prevent accidents. The
CONTRACTOR shall provide suitable barricades, red lights, "danger" or "caution"
or "street closed" signs and watchmen at all places where the work causes
obstructions to the normal traffic or constitutes in any way a hazard to the public.
B. Smoke Prevention
1. A strict compliance with ordinances regulating the production and emission of smoke
will be required. No open fires or burning will be permitted aside from approved
clearing operations. If need dictates burning of any kind, CONTRACTOR must
obtain prior approval from OWNER and obtain appropriate permits from Pasco
1. The CONTRACTOR shall eliminate noise to as great an extent as practicable at all
times. Air compressing plants shall be equipped with silencers and the exhaust of all
gasoline motors or other power equipment shall be provided with mufflers. The
CONTRACTOR shall strictly observe all local regulations covering noise control.
2. Except in the event of an emergency, work shall be done within the regular working
hours specified in the General and Supplementary Conditions. If the proper and
efficient prosecution of the work requires operations during the night, the written
permission of the OWNER shall be obtained before starting such items of the work.
D. Access to Public Services
1. Neither the materials excavated nor the materials or plant used in the construction of
the work shall be so placed as to prevent free access to all fire hydrants, valves or
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E. Dust Prevention
1. The CONTRACTOR shall prevent dust nuisance from their operations or from traffic
at all times by keeping the roads and/or construction areas sprinkled with water.
1.07 CUTTING AND PATCHING
A. The CONTRACTOR shall do all cutting, fitting or patching of his portion of the work that
may be required to make the several parts thereof join and coordinate in a manner
satisfactory as determined by the ENGINEER.
B. The work must be done by competent workmen skilled in the trade required by the
A. During execution of work
1. During execution of the work, the CONTRACTOR shall, at all times, keep the site of
the work and adjacent premises as free from material, debris and rubbish as is
practicable and shall remove the same from any portion of the site if, in the opinion
of the ENGINEER, such material, debris, or rubbish constitutes a nuisance or is
2. The CONTRACTOR shall stockpile at approved areas on the site all surplus
materials and temporary structures when no further need therefor develops. Fill of
any type is not allowed to be removed from site without the explicit written
permission of the OWNER.
3. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible and liable for all spillage and incur all
associated costs including, but not limited to, costs related to repair and maintenance
resulting from damages thereof.
B. Final Cleaning
1. At the conclusion of the work, all tools, temporary structures and materials belonging
to the CONTRACTOR shall be promptly taken away, and CONTRACTOR shall
remove and promptly dispose of all water, dirt, rubbish or any other foreign
2. The CONTRACTOR shall thoroughly clean all materials installed and shall deliver
such materials undamaged in a clean and new condition.
A. Existing Facilities
1. The work shall be so conducted to maintain existing facilities in operation.
Requirements and schedules of operations for maintaining existing facilities in
service during construction shall be as described in the Specific Provisions. No
electrical outages will be allowed. Standby power must be provided.
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B. Use of Chemicals
1. All chemicals used during project construction or furnished for project operation,
whether herbicide, pesticide, disinfectant, polymer, reactant, or of other
classification, must show approval of either EPA or USDA. Use of all such
chemicals and disposal of residues shall be in strict conformance with
MANUFACTURER's instructions and local, state and federal regulations.
C. Cooperation with Other Contractors and Forces
1. During progress of work under this Contract, it may be necessary for other contractors
and persons employed by the OWNER to work in or about the site. The OWNER
reserves the right to put such other contractors to work and to afford such access to the
site of the work to be performed hereunder at such times as the OWNER deems
proper. The CONTRACTOR shall not impede or interfere with the work of such other
contractors engaged in or about the work and shall so arrange and conduct his work
that such other contractors may complete their work at the earliest date possible.
CONTRACTOR shall allow access through the project site by other contractors
employed by OWNER.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
PART 3 - EXECUTION (NOT USED)
END OF SECTION
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SUMMARY OF WORK
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 LOCATION OF WORK
A. The work of this Contract is located at 14230 Hays Road, Spring Hill, Florida, 33553, Pasco
County’s Resource Recovery Project Site.
1.02 SCOPE OF WORK
A. Furnish all labor, equipment, materials, and incidentals required to dismantle, remove, and haul the
purchased leachate treatment equipment (listed in Paragraph 1.07 of this Specification Section)
offsite. This includes all piping, fittings, valves, and appurtenances that are no longer required at
the Leachate Treatment Facility. The equipment shall be removed from their present locations and
transported to CONTRACTOR’s storage location. The work shall also include proper termination
of power, water, gas, and other utilities in accordance with all applicable local, state, and federal
codes. The CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for making all necessary work involved in
connection with the discontinuance or interruption of all public and private utilities or services
under the jurisdiction of the utility company. All utilities being abandoned shall be disconnected
and terminated at the service mains in conformance with the requirement of the utility companies
or the municipality owning or controlling them.
B. All equipment shall become the property of the CONTRACTOR immediately upon removal from
their present locations. Any items of equipment, damaged or lost due to the CONTRACTOR’s
carelessness, mishandling, faulty procedures and/or workmanship shall be responsibility of the
CONTRACTOR. CONTRACTOR shall repair any damage resulting from his operations at his own
C. When removing the equipment, the CONTRACTOR shall take all precautions and use all
necessary barriers and other protective devices so as not to damage the structures.
D. Surfaces of seals visible in the completed work shall be made to match as nearly as possible the
E. Blasting will not be permitted, unless specifically authorized in writing by the
COUNTY/ENGINEER, to complete work under this contract. Care shall be taken not to damage
any part of the existing buildings, foundations.
F. The CONTRACTOR shall remove and dispose all the debris and other solids remaining in the
G. For pollution control, use water sprinkling, temporary enclosures, and other suitable methods as
necessary to limit the amount of dust and dirt rising and scattering in the air to the lowest level of
air pollution practical for the conditions of the work. Comply with all local, state, and federal
H. All discontinued piping shall be capped and sleeves and openings remaining after removal of the
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existing equipment, piping, and appurtenances shall be plugged and sealed as directed by the
A. Submit description of the salvaging procedure for each item of equipment covering the
cleaning, preparation, removal, and protection aspects of the operation to ENGINEER for
1.04 CONTRACTOR'S USE OF PREMISES
A. CONTRACTOR shall limit the use of the premises for his/her Work and for storage to allow
1. Work by other contractors.
2. OWNER occupancy
3. Deliveries and disposal of ash and solid waste in existing landfill cells.
B. Coordinate use of premises with other contractors and OWNER.
C. CONTRACTOR shall assume full responsibility for security of all his/her and his/her
subcontractors’ materials and equipment stored on the site.
D. If directed by the OWNER or ENGINEER, move any stored items which interfere with
operations of OWNER or other contractors.
1.05 OWNER OCCUPANCY
A. OWNER will occupy premises during performance of the work for the conduct of his/her
normal operations. Coordinate all construction operations with OWNER to minimize conflict
and to facilitate OWNER usage.
1. Normal deliveries of ash and solid waste to existing cells shall be maintained. Access roads
to these sites shall remain open to truck traffic at all times. Access to the site will be
limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
2. When access through construction areas to other portions of the OWNER’s solid waste
facility must be disrupted, CONTRACTOR will provide alternate acceptable access for
OWNER’s operators or other contractors. CONTRACTOR shall not interfere with
OWNER’s ongoing operations of its solid waste disposal facility.
3. CONTRACTOR is required to coordinate activities in the interface or common areas with
other contractors and OWNER’s operators. CONTRACTOR must submit to the
ENGINEER a description and schedule as to how the common areas will be used,
recognizing the required coordination with other contractors and the OWNER’s operators.
1.06 CONSTRUCTION AREAS
A. Work areas shall be limited on the property limits at the Leachate Treatment Facility.
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B. CONTRACTOR shall limit his use of the construction areas for Work and for storage, to allow
1. Work by other contractors.
2. OWNER use.
C. Coordinate use of work site.
D. Assume full responsibility for the protection and safekeeping of Products under this Contract,
stored on the site.
E. Move any stored Products, under CONTRACTOR's control which interfere with operations of
the OWNER or separate contractors.
1.07 LEACHATE TREATMENT PLANT EQUIPMENT INVENTORY
2 Spray Dryer Feed Pump Gould, 24 gpm, 50 ft. head
2 Brine Concentrator Feed Pump Gould, 30 gpm, 140 ft.
2 Brine Concentrator Seed Pump Gould, 55 gpm, 25 ft.
1 Brine Concentrator Distillate Pump Gould, 55 gpm, 25 ft.
2 Brine Concentrator Recirculation Pump 1320, 40 ft.
2 Sodium Sulfate Feed Pump Neptune, 30 gph max.
1 Heat Exchanger Tranter, 24 gpm, 150 psi
20 Heat Exchanger Gasket Superlock
18 Heat Exchanger Plates Titanium
1 Heat Exchanger Nozzle Straight 4” Stainless Steel
1 B.C. Feed Valve Fisher, 1” (0-40) gpm
1 B.C. Flow Transmitter Rosemount, (0-40) gpm
1 B.C. Distillate Feed Valve Masoneilan, 1” (0-24) gpm
1 Steam Blower Dresser, 23.7 psi
1 Steam Blower Transmission Lufkin, 1.25:1 ratio
1 Steam Blower Electric Motor 350 HP
1 Air Dryer Hankison
1 1 Steam Boiler 150 psi, steam capacity, 1052 lbs/hr
1 B.C. Bypass Valve Masoneilan
1 B.C. Makeup Steam Valve Masoneilan
1 B.C. Waste Valve Valtex ½ “
1 B.C. Rec. Pump Electric Motor 25 HP
1 B.C. Feed Pump Electric Motor 7.5 HP
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1 B.C. Seed Pump Electric Motor 2 HP
1 Distillate Pump Electric Motor 8 HP
1 S.D. Feed Pump Electric Motor 2 HP
1 B.C. Steam Blower Relief Valve 10 PSI
1 S.D. Brine Feed Storage Tank 8,000 gallons
1 Sodium Sulfate Tank 500 gallons
1 B.C. Feed Tank 250 gallons
1 B.C. Seed Tank 150 gallons
1 B.C. Distillate Tank 250 gallons
2 Spray Machine Bowen
2 Spray Machine Wheel Bowen
1 Sublime Flush Pump G.T. Industrial
1 Manual Transfer Pump 1 gpm
5 Temperature Transmitter Rosemont, (0-300) F
6 Level Transmitter Rosemont, (0-1-00) %
1 pH Probe and Transmitter Rosemont, (0-14) pH
2 Drain Sump Pumps Fyborc, 40 gpm
2 Drain Sump Electric Motors 3 HP
8 Pressure Gauge Ashcrof, (0-60) & (0-100) psi
1 B.C. Evaporator Vessel 12 ft. dia., stainless steel
1 Deaerator Vessel 15 cu. Ft., stainless steel
1 Distillate Tank Steam Valve Masoneilan, 1”
1 Deaerator Control Valve Masoneilan, 1”
1 Spray Dryer Furnace Maxon
1 Spray Dryer Burner Control Panel
2 Baghouse Rotary Valve 8”x 8 vanes
2 Maxon Gas Manual Valves 2”
1 Maxon Gas Control Valve 2”
2 Pressure Switches 10” & 28 “of Water Column
1 Baghouse to contain 81 filters
1 Dry Chamber 12” dia., stainless steel
1 Spray Dryer Exhause Fan Motor 25 HP
2 Blower Exhaust Fans N.Y. Blower
1 Baghouse Air Manifold w/9 Selonoids
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1 1” Temperature Control Ball Valve
1 ½ “Brine Feed Actuator
2 Spray Machine Lubricator
1 Spray Machine Control Panel
1 ½ Ton Hoist
1 Pressure Transmitter Rosemount
1 Density Transmitter Rosemount
1 Spray Dryer Tank Gear Reducer and Mixer Sharpe
1 Drain Sump Mixer, Gear Reducer 20:1 ratio Sharpe
1 Allen Bradley Computer, Monitor, Printer, Software
3 Temperature Transmitter Probe
6 Acid Metering Pump 1 gal/day Milton Roy
1 ½ “ Hytork Actuator
1 Masoneilan Valve Rebuild Kit
1 Pressure Differential Sensor Rosemount
1 Mechanical Seal Kit for Recirculation Pump
1 Flexible Coupling for Recirculation Pump
1 Flexible Coupling for B.C. Feed Pump
4 Flexible Coupling for all Other Pumps
4 Thermo Couple
10 Flow Rotameters
4 Exhaust Fan Belt BX 116
2 Honeywell Burner Controller
2 Honeywell Flame Safeguard
2 Lubricator Vacuum Pump
1 B.C. Expansion Joint 12” Dia.
6 Spray Machine Shaft Bearings
2 Leachate Transfer Pumps 1x 11/4-6, 40 gpm
10 (12 VDC) Batteries for Leachate Sigma Flow Meters
2 Oil Filters for Steam Blower ½ “ NPT
2 Oil Filter Elements for Lufkin Gear Reducer
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SCHEDULE OF VALUES
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01 REQUIREMENTS INCLUDED
A. The CONTRACTOR shall submit to the ENGINEER a Schedule of Values allocated to each
equipment listed in Section 01010 and will use the form listed in Paragraph 1.4 of this
B. Upon request of the ENGINEER, support the values with data which will substantiate their
1.02 RELATED REQUIREMENTS
A. The Contract Documents include, but are not limited to, the following related sections:
1. Section 01010: Summary of Work
1.03 FORM AND CONTENT OF SCHEDULE OF VALUES
A. Format schedule on an 8-1/2 inch x 11 inch or 8-1/2 inch x 14 inch white paper. Identify schedule
1. Title of Project and location.
2. ENGINEER and Project number.
3. Name and Address of CONTRACTOR.
4. Contract designation.
5. Date of submission.
B. The sum of all values listed in the schedule shall equal the total Contract Sum.
1.04 Schedule of Values – Form
Quantity Item Bid Price
2 Spray Dryer Feed Pump
2 Brine Concentrator Feed Pump
2 Brine Concentrator Seed Pump
1 Brine Concentrator Distillate Pump
2 Brine Concentrator Recirculation Pump
2 Sodium Sulfate Feed Pump
1 Heat Exchanger
20 Heat Exchanger Gasket
18 Heat Exchanger Plates
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Quantity Item Bid Price
1 Heat Exchanger Nozzle
1 B.C. Feed Valve
1 B.C. Flow Transmitter
1 B.C. Distillate Feed Valve
1 Steam Blower
1 Steam Blower Transmission
1 Steam Blower Electric Motor
1 Air Dryer
1 1 Steam Boiler
1 B.C. Bypass Valve
1 B.C. Makeup Steam Valve
1 B.C. Waste Valve
1 B.C. Rec. Pump Electric Motor
1 B.C. Feed Pump Electric Motor
1 B.C. Seed Pump Electric Motor
1 Distillate Pump Electric Motor
1 S.D. Feed Pump Electric Motor
1 B.C. Steam Blower Relief Valve
1 S.D. Brine Feed Storage Tank
1 Sodium Sulfate Tank
1 B.C. Feed Tank
1 B.C. Seed Tank
1 B.C. Distillate Tank
2 Spray Machine
2 Spray Machine Wheel
1 Sublime Flush Pump
1 Manual Transfer Pump
5 Temperature Transmitter
6 Level Transmitter
1 pH Probe and Transmitter
2 Drain Sump Pumps
2 Drain Sump Electric Motors
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Quantity Item Bid Price
8 Pressure Gauge
1 B.C. Evaporator Vessel
1 Deaerator Vessel
1 Distillate Tank Steam Valve
1 Deaerator Control Valve
1 Spray Dryer Furnace
1 Spray Dryer Burner Control Panel
2 Baghouse Rotary Valve
2 Maxon Gas Manual Valves
1 Maxon Gas Control Valve
2 Pressure Switches
1 Dry Chamber
1 Spray Dryer Exhause Fan Motor
2 Blower Exhaust Fans
1 Baghouse Air Manifold w/9 Selonoids
1 1” Temperature Control Ball Valve
1 ½ “Brine Feed Actuator
2 Spray Machine Lubricator
1 Spray Machine Control Panel
1 ½ Ton Hoist
1 Pressure Transmitter
1 Density Transmitter
1 Spray Dryer Tank Gear Reducer and Mixer
1 Drain Sump Mixer, Gear Reducer
1 Allen Bradley Computer, Monitor, Printer,
3 Temperature Transmitter Probe
6 Acid Metering Pump 1 gal/day
1 ½ “ Hytork Actuator
1 Masoneilan Valve Rebuild Kit
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Quantity Item Bid Price
1 Pressure Differential Sensor
1 Mechanical Seal Kit for Recirculation Pump
1 Flexible Coupling for Recirculation Pump
1 Flexible Coupling for B.C. Feed Pump
4 Flexible Coupling for all Other Pumps
4 Thermo Couple
10 Flow Rotameters
4 Exhaust Fan Belt
2 Honeywell Burner Controller
2 Honeywell Flame Safeguard
2 Lubricator Vacuum Pump
1 B.C. Expansion Joint 12” Dia.
6 Spray Machine Shaft Bearings
2 Leachate Transfer Pumps
10 (12 VDC) Batteries for Leachate Sigma Flow
2 Oil Filters for Steam Blower ½ “ NPT
2 Oil Filter Elements for Lufkin Gear Reducer
PART 2 - PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
PART 3 - EXECUTION (NOT USED)
END OF SECTION
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PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01 REQUIREMENTS INCLUDED
A. CONTRACTOR shall furnish, install and maintain temporary utilities required for the
completion of Work.
1.02 REQUIREMENTS OF REGULATORY AGENCIES
A. Comply with National Electric Code.
B. Comply with Federal, State and local codes and regulations and with utility company
C. Comply with County Health Department Regulations.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01 MATERIALS, GENERAL
A. Materials may be new or used, but must be adequate in capacity for the required usage,
must not create unsafe conditions, and must not violate requirements of applicable codes
2.02 TEMPORARY ELECTRICITY AND LIGHTING
A. Arrange with utility company and OWNER to provide service required for power and
lighting, and pay all costs for service and for power required for completion of the work
B. Provide adequate artificial lighting for all areas of work when natural light is not
adequate for work, and for areas accessible to the public.
2.03 TEMPORARY VENTILATION
A. Provide temporary ventilation as required to maintain adequate environmental conditions
to facilitate progress of the Work.
B. Portable heaters shall be standard approved units complete with controls.
C. Pay all costs of installation, maintenance, operation and removal, and for fuel consumed.
D. Provide connections to existing facilities, extend and supplement with temporary units as
required to comply with requirements. Pay all costs of installation, maintenance,
operation and removal.
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2.04 TEMPORARY WATER
A. Provide and pay for all required water for construction and consumptive purposes for
construction of the project.
B. Potable water for construction purposes is not available on site.
2.05 TEMPORARY SANITARY FACILITIES
A. Provide sanitary facilities in compliance with laws and regulations.
B. Service, clean and maintain facilities and enclosures.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
A. Maintain and operate systems to assure continuous service.
B. Modify and extend systems as work progress requires.
A. Completely remove temporary materials and equipment when their use is no longer
required as determined by the ENGINEER.
B. Clean and repair damage caused by temporary installations or use of temporary facilities.
END OF SECTION
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PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01 TEMPORARY OFFICES
A. Temporary offices shall be established on the job site where approved or directed by the
ENGINEER, adequately furnished, and maintained in a clean, orderly condition by the
CONTRACTOR. The CONTRACTOR or his/her authorized representative shall be
present in the field office at all times while work is in progress. Instructions received
there from the ENGINEER shall be considered as delivered to the CONTRACTOR.
B. Provide an approved, suitably constructed and equipped trailer of proper size (200 sq.
foot of floor space) for the exclusive use of the ENGINEER throughout the period of
work. The temporary office shall be weathertight, have a tight floor at least 8-in off the
ground and shall be insulated all around with rigid insulation board not less than 2-in
thick, and suitably ventilated. The office shall have at least three screened windows
capable of being opened, a screen door and a solid door provided with cylinder lock and
three keys. The office shall be provided with janitor service, heating equipment,
electrical wiring, outlets, and fixtures suitable to light the tables and desk adequately as
C. The CONTRACTOR shall supply all fuel for heating and pay all electrical bills.
1.02 TEMPORARY LIGHT AND POWER
A. Furnish temporary light and power, complete with wiring, lamps, and similar equipment
as required to adequately light all work areas and with sufficient power capacity to meet
the reasonable needs of all subcontractors. Make all necessary arrangements with the
local electric company for temporary electric service, and pay all expenses in connection
B. Provide properly configured NEMA polarized outlets to prevent insertion of 110-120 volt
plugs into higher voltage outlets. For connection of power tools and equipment, provide
outlets equipped with ground-fault circuit interrupters, reset button and pilot light.
C. Provide grounded extension cords. Use "hard-service" cords where exposed to abrasion
and traffic. Provide waterproof connectors to connect separate lengths of electric cords if
more than one length is required.
D. Provide general service incandescent lamps as required for adequate illumination.
Provide guard cages or tempered glass enclosures, where exposed to breakage. Provide
exterior fixtures where exposed to moisture.
1.03 TEMPORARY AIR, STEAM, AND WATER
A. The CONTRACTOR shall provide and pay for all air and water, including temporary
piping and appurtenances required therefor, as may be required for the cleaning and
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testing of pipelines and equipment necessary for the work. CONTRACTOR shall
provide temporary meters for water and electric service. Temporary piping, meters, and
appurtenances shall be removed upon approval of equipment being tested, or at final
completion of the project.
1.04 TEMPORARY SANITARY FACILITIES
A. Provide self-contained, single-occupant toilet units of the chemical, aerated recirculation,
or combustion type, properly vented and fully enclosed in a fiberglass or other approved
1.05 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
A. Provide portable UL-rated, Class A fire extinguishers for temporary offices and similar
spaces. In other locations, provide portable UL-rated Class ABC dry chemical
extinguishers or a combination of NFPA recommended Classes for the exposure.
Comply with NFPA 10 and 241 for classification, extinguishing agent and size required
by location and class of fire exposure.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS (NOT USED)
PART 3 - EXECUTION (NOT USED)
END OF SECTION
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PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01 SCOPE OF WORK
A. This Section specifies administrative and procedural requirements for project closeout,
including but not limited to:
1. Closeout procedures.
2. Final cleaning.
1.02 CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES
A. Submit written certification that Contract Documents have been reviewed, Work has been
inspected, and that Work is complete in accordance with Contract Documents and ready
for ENGINEER's inspection.
B. ENGINEER shall make a site visit to check if the work has been completed as per the
Contract Documents and will certify it to the OWNER.
C. Make a final payment to Pasco County.
1.03 FINAL CLEANING
A. Clean the site of rubbish, litter and other foreign substances. Sweep paved areas broom
clean; remove stains, spills and other foreign deposits. Rake grounds that are neither
paved nor planted, to a smooth even-textured surface. Remove and dispose all the debris
and other solids remaining in the building.
END OF SECTION
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